Mentoring is the best way to get involved at Barrier-Free and involves direct, on-the-ground work. By taking on the role as a mentor, you are a part of the creative, inclusive theater process. Mentors assist actors on and offstage during rehearsals and shows, model appropriate social interactions, and build deep, meaningful relationships with our actors. Mentoring is the most rewarding, joy-filled work and a great way to give back to the community.
Mentors must be 18 years of age or older.
Mentors support our Inclusive Theater Companies and Expressive Arts Classes.
Working Barrier-Free's backstage crew is a fast-paced, high-energy volunteer experience. Backstage crew members help to move sets on and off stage, open and close the curtain, assist actors with their props, and any other show related needs.
Backstage crew members must wear all black and be 18 years of age or older.
Barrier-Free's next theater shows will be in March 2024.
Bringing our inclusive programming to life is a team-effort. Barrier-Free volunteers are the unsung heroes of our organization ensuring we have hands and help to make our programs successful and fun.
Volunteering is the most flexible for your schedule.
Volunteering opportunities include: