Summer Camps

Ages 4-18

Welcome to summer! Our one-week and two-week camps focus on the process of creating theatre through fun, imaginative, nurturing creative play and ensemble building. Our summer conservatory for ages 14-18, Teens On Stage / Teens Backstage, give the serious theatre student the opportunity for in-depth exploration in theatre performance and production. Come join the fun! View the 2019 Camp Brochure. Photo by Brooke Palmer.

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Classes For Youth

Ages 2 to Grade 12

The RLT Youth Education Program offers year-round instruction for students ages 2 to 18 with classes taught by some of the best instructors in Raleigh. RLT youth classes do not require previous experience to participate and all classes culminate in a sharing of the students’ work for family and friends. Come join the fun! Photo by Brenna L.J. Berry-Stewart

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Spring Break/Track Out Camps

Grades K to 8

Spring Break camps (April 15-19) are available for kids in Grades K – 8. Track-out camps for Track 1 (December 10-14) and Track 2 (May 20-24, 2019) are available for Grades K – 5. Check out the details in our class brochure and register online. Photo by David Watts.

For Adults

Ages 18+

Our adult acting classes are designed to develop theatrical skills featured in our season productions to prepare participants for the stage in a safe and nurturing environment. The adult classes are all taught by local theatre professionals with a wealth of experience in the field. Photo by Duncan Jenner.

Programs For Schools

Our youth education program offers programs that can travel to your school or facility, or exciting opportunities to bring a group on a field trip. Photo by Bryan Bunch.

Support and Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support.

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Meet the Educators

Learning from the best teachers in Raleigh

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Scholarship Application Form

We have partial scholarships for all classes taught at the RLT location as well as in Knightdale and Wendell. To apply for a scholarship, please complete and submit the application form. For more information, contact Kathleen Rudolph, or at 919-821-4579 x 225.

Theatrical Training for Professional Development

These classes for professionals are designed to apply theatrical training to the work of everyday business interactions. Skills learned in this suite of classes include communication, improvisation, active listening, creative and critical thinking, and speaking with intention.