We Want You!
Volunteering for the Trail of Terror
From monsters to ticket-takers to maintenance and construction, we’re looking for several ghould – make that “good” – men and women. Local students commonly fill acting roles, but we can always use specialized logistics and support personnel. The 2018 season runs for 12 nights, beginning the last weekend of September, running through every weekend in October, and Halloween.
All volunteers must be 14 years of age or older at the time of the Trail event. We apologize to those who turn 14 on 1 November – them’s the breaks. We appreciate your enthusiasm and we’ll see you next year!
All volunteers must complete Trail of Terror pre-registration and provide photo ID with proof of age or make arrangements to deliver that documentation prior to participating in any Trail operations. We accept the following forms of identification. Please note this list is not exhaustive; contact us with questions.
- Driver’s licenses
- Learner’s permits
- State-issued ID cards
- Military ID cards
- Student ID cards with proof of birthday (e.g., birth certificates). Student IDs alone are insufficient as they do not have a date of birth printed on them.
2018 Orientation Sessions
All volunteers – even those who have participated in prior seasons – must attend an orientation session. Topics covered will include attendance expectations, Trail layout and safety rules, operations with fire department personnel, and communications requirements. Sessions will be held at Stoney Point Fire Department Station 13, with pre-registration from 6-7 PM and orientation from 7-9:30 PM. Pre-registration must be completed in order to participate in orientation.
Trail personnel will hold orientation sessions on the following date(s):
- Tuesday, 23 October
Calling all ghouls, goblins, ghosts, haunts, haints, zombies, vampires, werewolves, therewolves, lichs, and other undead: now announcing the 2018 Pre-Show Workshops!
Nervous? need to hone your craft? Get tips from veteran actors at our practice sessions. Improve your current technique or learn new ones! We will discuss staying in character, customer interactions, scene and prop utilization, and many more techniques! Please meet at the stage when you arrive. All workshops will be conducted in advance of Trail operations while awaiting appropriate make-up and costuming from Trail staff.