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Front-of-House Help for Award-Winning Intimate Theatre

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The Fountain Theatre


We're back! The award-winning Fountain Theatre seeks two volunteers PER PERFORMANCE to assist with front-of-house duties for our intimate indoor theatre (78 seats). (And you get to see the show for free!) We are in need of the following:

FRONT-OF-HOUSE ASSISTANT - to welcome/seat patrons, to help them find the digital program, to answer questions/provide directions, to help maintain COVID protocols, and to assist the house manager as needed, etc.

RESTROOM ATTENDANT - to help direct patrons to the gender-neutral restrooms, to answer questions, to help maintain COVID protocols, etc.

DATES -- Previews: 3-5 November. Opens: 6 November. Closes: 23 January. Holiday break: 20 December-7 January. NOTE: Performances include all of Thanksgiving weekend.

PERFORMANCE DETAILS -- Friday, Saturday, Monday at 8pm; Sunday at 2pm. Running time: approx. 100 minutes. There is no intermission.

The Fountain is a safe, COVID-compliant intimate theatre. All COVID protocols are followed:
-masks required for everyone and worn at all times (except when eating/drinking or, for actors, when performing)
-air purifiers and enhanced, proper air filtration in use
-hand sanitizers readily available
-high-touch areas frequently disinfected
-patrons not admitted without proof of vaccination
-all staff/cast/crew fully vaccinated, regularly temperature checked, and tested weekly

NOTE: to maintain the highest level of safety for everyone, volunteers must also be fully vaccinated. Copy of vaccination card required.

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About The Fountain Theatre



Mission Statement

The Fountain Theatre is a non-profit producing organization established in 1990 by Deborah Lawlor and Stephen Sachs that is dedicated to providing a nurturing, creative home for multi-ethnic theatre and dance artists. Here we develop provocative new works or explore a unique vision of established plays that reflect the immediate concerns and cultural diversity of contemporary Los Angeles and the nation. In an era of urban anxiety, ethnic hostility and wavering spirit, the Fountain offers a safe, supportive haven for artists of varied backgrounds to gather, interact and inspire each other toward the creation of work that will ignite and illuminate the community from which it’s drawn and give creative voice to those who may not otherwise be heard.


The Fountain Theatre is an award-winning non-profit producing organization dedicated to providing a creative home for our diverse community and giving voice to under-served communities throughout Los Angeles. The Fountain Theatre aims to support the social and cultural life of Los Angeles and the nation, as evidenced by our purposeful selections of plays and events that reflect contemporary issues such as race, religion, and the economy. The Fountain Theatre sits in Los Angeles County's 3rd District, the most ethnically diverse district in the county and perhaps the nation. The Fountain has been celebrated for over 30 years for its unwavering commitment to the underrepresented voices of our community. Our unique role in the arts community and in Los Angeles as a whole works to ensure that important under-recognized issues are brought to public attention and given the exposure that they deserve.

Arts & Culture


We'll work with your schedule.


5060 Fountain AvenueLos Angeles, CA 90029



  • Theater Arts
  • Ushering
  • Multi-Tasking
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Relationship Building


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Orientation or Training
  • Approx. 3.5 hours per performance. Some Sundays are longer, when we have talkbacks with guest speakers addressing issues relevant to the show: nuclear energy, environmental degradation, culpability, etc.
  • Must have a reliable car or other means of transportation. Street parking only. Training is minimal, and will be provided.

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