Milton Theatre Volunteer Training & Appreciation Night

Wednesday, April 17
Doors: 5:30pm // Show: 6pm

Learn and become a part of our volunteer network!

This event is to encourage and train new Milton Theatre Volunteers and recognize our existing volunteers for their hardwork and dedication. 

Tickets are FREE but required. 

5:30pm – Doors open, cash/credit bar & catering

6:00pm – Volunteer Training & Refresher
6:30pm – Presentation
7:00pm – Awards & Recognition

Interested in becoming a Milton Theatre Volunteer? Attend our Volunteer Training to get started!

We rely on your assistance and appreciate you being a part of the Milton Theatre experience. We’re once again reaching out to our community to become a volunteer and bring that signature Milton Theatre “magic” to all our events.

  • Get the latest insider updates on our capital campaign
  • Light refreshment

Why be a volunteer? The perks!

  • A sense of community and the opportunity to be a part of a thriving artistic venue.
  • A free show during your volunteer shift.
  • A free drink on us at the bar during your shift.
  • Volunteer appreciation events throughout the year.
  • Free tickets to random shows throughout the year.

Expectations for our volunteers:

  • Be friendly and courteous to our customers and staff.
  • Must volunteer for at least one shift in a 3 month period to remain active.

What kinds of events and jobs?

  • Usher at large indoor shows.
  • Help tidy up before and after shows.
  • Assist staff on large events such as Zombie Fest, Milton Pride, St. Patrick’s Day & more!

It’s easy! Sign up for shifts online here: ONLINE SIGN UP

 About the Milton Theatre

The Milton Theatre, located in historic downtown Milton Delaware, has had an illustrious history in its more than 100 year existence. Erected circa 1910, the two-story building served, at one time or another, as the town’s movie theatre, basketball hall, fire station, social center & community stage. Various retail businesses & restaurants also thrived there. It has survived 3 major fires, countless “nor’easters”, and decades of neglect. But now, it proudly stands as a hub of artistic culture, not just to the town of Milton, but to the Delmarva Peninsula.