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Current & Upcoming Shows

A Number

March 5 - 13

Snow White

March 13 - 21

Two nights of storytelling - live this weekend!

Free event streaming Friday & Saturday plus new shows, classes and camps

Local storytellers reflect on 2020

RLT is teaming up with 7-Stories to present In Hindsight, 2020 - two evenings of community storytelling about the unprecedented year of 2020. Tune in January 29 & 30 at 8:00 PM to hear unique 7-minutes stories from the perspective of teachers, performers, students, politicians and more as they unpack the scars of 2020 and discuss hope for the future.

Hindsight, 2020 poster. Poster design by The Crawlspace Press.The storytellers for each evening include:

Friday 1/29

  • Michael Casey
  • Allison Dahle
  • Qualia Holder-Cozart
  • Suzy Hooker
  • Joshua-Isaac Joyner
  • Seamus Scranton
  • Erin Terry

Saturday 1/30

  • Jesse Gephart
  • Rose Higgins
  • Matt Hurley
  • Tomas Lopez
  • Cherrelyn Napue
  • Germona Sharp

In Hindsight, 2020 will broadcast live on RLT’s Facebook page and YouTube channel each night and will be free to watch. Following the event, we encourage you to share your own stories about 2020 with the hashtag #InHindsight2020!

Poster design by The Crawlspace Press.

Upcoming classes & camps

Our current session of classes started this week, and we’re excited to offer even more soon! Registration opens next Monday, February 1, for classes beginning the week of March 7. For this next session of classes, we are excited to offer both virtual weekday classes and some limited in-person options on Saturdays. Visit our class registration page next week to browse all of the new offerings.

Students can also spend spring break with RLT with half day in-person camps and virtual classes for elementary students the week of March 29 - April 2. Check out our Spring Break Camps page for more information - registration opens February 1!

Additionally, we plan on bringing back in-person summer camps! More details will be announced next month with registration opening in early March.

With the health and safety of our community and students in mind, RLT has developed a thorough reopening guide. More safety information will be available when registration opens and in the coming weeks. If you have questions about classes and camps, please email Education@RaleighLittleTheatre.org

Teens on Stage / Teens Backstage info sessions

Want to learn more about this year’s Teens on Stage / Teens Backstage summer program and get your questions answered? Join RLT’s director of education, Meredyth Pederson Cooper for a virtual info session before you audition or apply. 

The sessions will be held on Zoom and include a program overview, Q&A, guidance on choosing a Shakespeare monologue, and tips on how to film your audition. Parents/Guardians are also welcome to attend with their student. Use the links below to register for the info session that works for your schedule:

The info session is not required in order to audition or interview for the program. Learn more about TOS/TBS here!

Coming up soon: virtual & outdoor shows

Tickets will be on sale soon for RLT’s next production, A Number. RLT’s production of Caryl Churchill’s psychological thriller will be presented virtually through Broadway on Demand February 26 - March 6. The show about human cloning and family relationships stars David Henderson and Jesse Gephart and is directed by Patrick Torres. Learn more about the show on our website!

Then we’re taking things back outside in March with a family-friendly production of Snow White! Presented in RLT’s outdoor Stephenson Amphitheatre, Snow White runs March 13-21 and is directed by Kathleen Rudolph. Learn about RLT’s safety precautions for in-person events here. Tickets and more information will be available soon, so keep an eye on our website!

Megan Farrell, Marketing Manager
megan@raleighlittletheatre.org
919-821-4579 x234

Megan Farrell

Thanks to our Season Sponsors

Thanks to our season sponsors!