RiverCenter for the Performing Arts
Columbus, Georgia 31901
A property of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the 245,000-square-foot RiverCenter is a visually stunning blend of the past and the present, mixing the brick and ironwork of the area's historic buildings with a modern multi-level glass and steel façade. Its spacious entrance is graced by a tall glass "curtain" wall and a soaring staircase. RiverCenter's state-of-the-art facilities include the 2,000-seat Bill Heard Theatre, the center's main venue and home to the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. Featuring orchestra, mezzanine and balcony seating, the hall is designed to meet the complex technical needs of attractions such as Broadway shows, symphonic concerts, dance performances, pop concerts, lectures, and conferences.
Assisting patrons in the theatre and lobby by scanning tickets, taking patrons to their seats, giving information, and helping resolve seating errors when necessary. Volunteers can also assist with mailing and marketing projects as they arise.
Must be able to stand/walk for an hour or more; must be able to navigate stairs. Lifting objects of approximately 10 pounds sometimes required. Volunteers must be able to interact with the public and effectively communicate information and instructions.
Our hours vary by show/event, but we have day, evening and weekend hours from September through June. Interested students should email Heather Watson for a complete list of hours.