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Current & Upcoming Shows

A Number

March 5 - 13

Snow White

March 13 - 21

RLT Announces Remainder of the 2020-21 Season!

Visit RLT for outdoor programming through June, plus what’s happening now

It was this time last year that RLT announced our original 2020-21 season at Raleigh Brewing Company. We were so excited for our Season of Great Heights and had no idea what was coming just a few weeks later. After deciding to completely postpone our season for one year, we had to go back to the basics and put one foot in front of the other. 

Fast forward to a year later, and we are excited to be looking not just a few weeks ahead but a few months ahead as we announce our plans for the remainder of our modified 2020-21 season. We hope you’ll join us in RLT’s Louise “Scottie” Stephenson Amphitheatre for our upcoming outdoor programming!

The Great Outdoors

“We are fortunate to have our outdoor Stephenson Amphitheatre, not only as a beautiful backdrop to our shows, but as a venue where we can do more to keep our volunteers and audiences safe. While it may still be some time before we are back to packed houses inside our theatre, we are excited and ready to welcome our community back to RLT.” - Heather Strickland, Executive Director

Coming up soon at Raleigh Little Theatre, all performned in the Stephenson Amphitheatre:

Snow White – March 13-21

This Family Series production features two actors bringing all of the fairy tale’s classic characters to life in an imaginative and hilarious way.

Tickets to Snow White on sale now!

The Last Five Years with the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra – April 9-18

An outdoor concert performance of Jason Robert Brown’s contemporary musical The Last Five Years. Presented by PNC Bank. Tickets on sale soon.

Click here for audition information!

Divas! Under the Stars – May 15

RLT’s annual cabaret fundraiser is back for one night only. Performers raise money during a glitzy evening set under the stars in RLT’s outdoor amphitheatre. Tickets on sale soon.

The Mountaintop – June 11-20

This play by Katori Hall is a fictional depiction of Martin Luther King Jr.'s last night on earth, set entirely in Room 306 of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. Tickets on sale soon.

Click here to learn more about our upcoming spring productions!

The safety of our audiences, volunteers, and community is our top priority. Each of the shows (with the exception of Divas!) will feature only two actors, which we believe is an essential element in keeping actors as safe as possible during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Audience size will be determined by safety guidelines at the time of the performance, and we will be sure to have that information available when tickets go on sale. For more information about our reopening procedures, please visit the Reopening Guide on our website.

Tickets on sale now for A Number

RLT’s upcoming production of Caryl Churchill’s psychological thriller A Number will be presented virtually through Broadway on Demand March 5-13. The show about human cloning and family relationships stars David Henderson and Jesse Gephart and is directed by Patrick Torres. Read more about our production on BroadwayWorld!

Tickets are on sale now! Purchase your ticket through Broadway on Demand and then visit their website any time March 5-13 to watch instantly. 

Promo for A Number

Classes and camps offered online and in-person

Our next session of classes begins the week of March 7, and registration is open now! We are excited to offer both virtual weekday classes and some limited in-person options on Saturdays. Visit our class registration page to browse all of the new offerings!

Learn more about our youth classes here and our adult classes here.

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 is open now!

Community stories

Thanks to everyone who tuned in for In Hindsight, 2020 on January 29 and February 6! We thank all of the storytellers for their bravery and honesty in sharing their experiences. If you missed the live events, you can rewatch each of the two nights here:

We encourage you to share your own stories about the year 2020 by tagging #InHindsight2020. We can’t wait to see what you share!

Support RLT this Valentine’s Day

Our friends at The English Garden are donating a portion of their “Bridge to Her Heart” bouquet sales to RLT’s youth programs! The beautiful bouquet is inspired by everyone’s favorite binge-worthy Regency romance and will have you swooning this Valentine’s Day. Click here to learn more and order your own bouquet - flowers are available for same-day delivery in the Triangle!

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

Megan Farrell

Thanks to our Season Sponsors

Thanks to our season sponsors!