Movie Costume Volunteers Needed for Music of John Williams Concert on July 19

PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is looking for costumed volunteers to greet arriving patrons and pose for a photo or two for The Music of John Williams concert on July 19 at 2:30 p.m. in Heinz Hall.

Volunteers are needed to dress as characters from movies with a John Williams score, such as “Harry Potter,” “Indiana Jones,” “Star Wars,” “E.T.” or “Superman.” Participants will receive two free tickets to the concert and should arrive at the hall by 1 p.m. Photos also will be used on social media.

Interested volunteers should email a photo of themselves in costume to Rachel Howard, rhoward@pittsburghsymphony.org, along with contact information by June 30. Finalists will be notified by July 9.

3 Responses to “Movie Costume Volunteers Needed for Music of John Williams Concert on July 19”

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  2. Danielle Volkar says:

    This is exciting news!! Getting the Sci Fi Cosplay community out to help!!

  3. Joyce DeFrancesco says:

    Awesome! Thanks so much for your help…we think having cosplayers at the hall will make the event that much more fun for everyone!

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