The operation of Vic Juba Community Theatre is managed by a non-profit organization that is incorporated as a Society in the province of Alberta. The Board of Directors consists of 12 individuals from the community. To assist in the operation and funding of the facility, Vic Juba Community Theatre receives an annual subsidy from the City of Lloydminster which amounts to 22% of the annual budget. We have also entered into a successful long-term agreement for rental of our facility with Lloydminster Public School Division and Lloydminster Catholic School Division. The staff at our facility consists of 4 permanent full-time, 2 permanent part-time, 9 permanent event based employees, and 2 contract staff members. Volunteers assist at our events with the running of the coat check, bar and concession, artist merchandise sales, and working as ushers.
Provide exceptional experiences through partnerships, sponsorships and rentals that showcase events for our community.
Celebrating our success by presenting diverse programming while encouraging the arts as an essential component our community.
Vic Juba Community Theatre values integrity, excellence and building strong partnerships
Policies & Procedures
Employee Service Awards
After 5 years of service, employees will choose and receive any desk-top clock up to a value of $100. The clock will also be engraved as follows: “In Recognition of 5 Years of Service” and will include the date and VJCT logo.
After 10 years of service, employees will choose one of the following items up to a value of $500:
- original art
- hotel, dinner, and show
Awards for 15, 20, and 25 years of service will be determined at a future Board Meeting.
Employee Service Awards are presented by the Board Chairman at the annual Board & Staff Christmas Party.
Volunteers may request 2 complimentary tickets once they have volunteered for 15 events. There are only 4 tickets available per event. First come, first serve. Ticket requests must be submitted to Bridget or Sheila.