Pacifica Spindrift Players
is a non-profit organization that continues to attract the
most dedicated and exceptional volunteers.
The Board of Directors consists
of over 20 elected volunteer positions, many of which have
been filled by long time members of the theatre (20+ years!).
PSP also boasts over 1200 members from all over the Bay
Area who receive bi-monthly mailings announcing volunteer
opportunities for various aspects of theatre productions,
including directing, auditioning, and behind the scenes
work for shows. In addition, PSP members receive discounted
show tickets, may attend monthly Board meetings, and even
run for elected positions.
Information about the THOMAS W. STACK EDUCATIONAL
of PSP membership is giving back to the community. PSP's
various outreach contributions have included marching and entertaining
in the annual Fog Fest Parade, donating or loaning theatre equipment
and properties to local school drama departments and other community
theatres, offering free senior center shows and local talent show-cases,
awarding the Tom Stack Educational Scholarship for the Arts award
each year, and donating the proceeds of special benefit performances
to deserving causes such as the Little Brown Church preservation
effort, and the American Red Cross fund for victims of the September
11th tragedy in 2001.
In addition, PSP
houses and supports the Spindrift School
of Performing Arts (SSPA). Classes for all ages are
taught by local performers and musicians, many of whom are involved
with PSP. (There is also a popular summer camp for kids.) SSPA
and the PSP family work together to provide the skills and experience
that prepare future thespians for a life rich in the performing
We encourage you
to join our PSP family of volunteers.
You can be a part of our productions by auditioning for a show,
or by working behind the scenes building and painting sets, making
props or costumes, designing or running lights and sound, or helping
with mailings or publicity. And of course, we encourage you to
see our wonderful productions offered each season (including the
popular comedy shows offered by our improv
group, Asylum) and support those hard working individuals
that bring high-quality (but affordable) theatrical events to
you, year after year!
PSP also wishes
to acknowledge Mildred Owen of Pacifica
Performances who shows her continued support by allowing us
to use the Sanchez Art Center when we need an alternate rehearsal