At The Cultch, volunteers are an integral part of our well-oiled theatre machine. From ushering to distributing programs, the volunteers make it happen. We are proud to introduce one of our longest-serving volunteers, Vicki McCullough. Having graciously donated her time for the past 28 years, Vicki’s invaluable support has seen us through many a performance!
Full name: Vicki McCullough
How long have you been a volunteer at The Cultch?
I’ve lost track, but it’s about 28 years.
What motivates you to volunteer at The Cultch?
The Cultch’s diverse offerings, the high quality of shows, and the friendly environment. After all these years, I feel very at home here. My association with The Cultch goes back to the ’70s, when, as a theatre student, I attended every show the resident company, Tamahnous Theatre, produced. I’ve performed here, and I’ve co-hosted a private Christmas party here.
What makes The Cultch unique?
Its location on the East Side, its evolution from church to performance venue, its intimate feel, Len Gardiner’s incredible floral arrangements.
What is the funniest/most amazing/weird experience you’ve had while volunteering at The Cultch?