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Step into the spotlight with the Richey Suncoast Theatre Volunteer Program!


Here, you're not just a volunteer; you're the driving force behind our vibrant cultural scene. Your passion and dedication ignite community enthusiasm and support for this historic New Port Richey venue, making every moment sparkle with excitement.


But it's not just about what you do for us—it's about what we do for you. Dive into a world where every experience is a chance to learn, grow, and shine. Whether you're mastering box office management, perfecting lighting cues, or simply making new friends, your journey with us is a thrilling adventure of discovery.


Join our diverse community of performers, technicians, and dreamers as we unite to create magic on and off the stage. 


Welcome to the Richey Suncoast Theatre Volunteer Program—where the magic begins with you!


There are many ways to help the theatre become the shining star of our community. All efforts, great and small, contribute to creating something greater than all of us. If you have a specific skill you would like to offer, please let us know about it in your volunteer profile! 

Community Engagement

Networking, business relations, word of mouth, in-person promotion, social media engagement


Facilities & Maintenance

Repairs, maintenance, set building


Special events, promotions, general operations



  • I am under 18, can I still volunteer?
    Yes, of course! If you are under 18, you will not be able to work concessions but we have many other opportunities for you. If you are 13 or under, you will need an adult to volunteer with you.
  • Can I get credit for volunteer hours?
    Yes, the Richey Suncoast Theatre is a 501(c)3 organization. We use POINT for volunteer hour tracking and you will have access to reports of your total hours worked through your personal portal.
  • I only have a few hours a month to volunteer, should I still sign up?
    Absolutely! Even a few hours a month makes a huge difference for the theatre. You may enjoy volunteering as an usher, in the concessions, or box office during a show.
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