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Asheville Community Theatre values and welcomes diversity in its workforce, and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all individuals based on job-related qualifications and the ability to perform a job.  ACT does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, religion, race, ethnicity, skin color, age or disability in any of its activities or operations.

Please read our COVID policy here.


ACT is a volunteer-driven theatre where everyone is welcome! If you’re enthusiastic about learning a new skill or sharing your talents with us, we’d love to have you! Please fill out the Volunteer Information Form, and look forward to hearing from us soon.

Please read our full COVID policy here.

Volunteer Orientation Sessions

We hold Volunteer Orientation sessions for all other volunteer positions throughout the year. Sessions usually last about one hour. Sign up for which session you want to attend on the Volunteer Information Form above.

Upcoming sessions:
Wednesday, February 22 at 6:30 pm
Saturday, February 25 at 12:00 pm

Usher Training Sessions

Would you like to be a volunteer usher for our 2022-23 Mainstage season? Ushers help out before and after the show, and during intermission – and get to see the show for free! You only need to attend one and you do not need to sign up in advance.

To be updated about future volunteer opportunities, please subscribe to our bi-weekly e-newsletter!

Note: Asheville Community Theatre policy prohibits participation by anyone on any sex offender or sexual abuse registry to any activity sponsored by Asheville Community Theatre. The only exception is being a member of an audience of an event sponsored by ACT.


Custom Internships

In the past, we have been able to customize internships tailored to individual interests or requirements. If you’re interested in connecting with Asheville Community Theatre about a possible internship, please email Zoe Zelonky, our Education Director.


Front of House Staff

Event Management Staff is cross-trained at all three roles; House Management, Concessions, and Floating. You will fill one of these roles during performances. This part-time position is responsible for managing the front of house and concessions before, during, and after the show. Must be 18 or older in order to serve and sell alcohol.

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Artistic Team & Teaching Artist Positions:

If you are interested in an artistic position (director, music director, choreographer, designer) for a future Mainstage or Tanglewood Youth Production Class show, please submit your information using the Artistic Team & Teaching Artist Portal. We look to hire people within the WNC region, and do not provide stipends for travel or lodging. Submissions will be processed on a rolling basis.

Productions in our 35below season are proposed by and produced by individuals from the WNC region. We are currently not accepting applications for 35below, as we are unsure when we will be able to reopen that space due to COVID-19. Please check the 35below page on our website for more information.

Artistic Team & Teaching Artist Portal