1 person is interested
Board Member - Bay Area Theatre Lovers Welcome!
ORGANIZATION: Palo Alto Players-Peninsula Center Stage
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1 person is interested
We're a nimble, forward-thinking board looking for fellow arts lovers who want to ensure theater thrives for years to come. Joining the Palo Alto Players board will give you an opportunity to provide hands-on, strategic guidance to a local, professional theatre company with both a long history and a vision for the future.
Board Members will serve a three-year term, to be eligible for re-appointment for an additional three-year term.
Visit paplayers.org/board-members to meet our Board and download a full job description.
About Palo Alto Players-Peninsula Center Stage
1305 MIDDLEFIELD RD, PALO ALTO, CA 94301, US
With community at our core, Palo Alto Players is the home for creating exceptional theatre experiences that inspire, entertain, and enrich the lives of our local artists and audiences.
With over 90 years of operational history, Palo Alto Players is a well-established fixture of the performing arts landscape in the Bay Area, known for being a theatre of the community, and for the community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Palo Alto Players has continued to connect our community, reaching over 1,800 households in 35 states and 7 countries to date, and to expand theatre access, through innovations such as closed captioning for virtual shows, Pay-What-You-Choose pricing, and equitable outreach to prospective artists. We have been an advocate and resource for arts organizations and other nonprofits throughout the pandemic. We are on a journey to refine administrative and artistic processes that advance our mission through an Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, and Liberation (IDEAL) lens, setting the example for a theatre of the future that serves the whole community post-pandemic.
1305 Middlefield RoadPalo Alto, CA 94301
September 2, 2022
- Theater Arts
- Marketing Strategy & Planning
- Human Resources Strategy
- Legal (General)
- Community Outreach
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Approximately 6-8 hours/month including attendance at board meetings, committee meetings, and performances and special events.
- A passion for our mission and ideology, and prepared with time and talent, to support our continued efforts to grow our capacity to better serve our community.