Classes for Youth

Registration for the 23-24 school year will open on August 1st, 2023 Youth classes are offered in four 6-week sessions, with classes meeting once a week.

Classes for Adults

Our adult acting classes and week-long intensives are designed to develop theatrical skills featured in our season productions to prepare participants for the stage in a safe and nurturing environment. Our adult classes are all taught by local theatre professionals…

Programs for Schools

Come to us or we’ll come to you! RLT's youth education program offers programs that can travel to your school or facility, or exciting opportunities to bring a group on a field trip.

The New Voices Program

The New Voices Program is a new playwriting program for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and members of the LGBTQIA+ community. The goal of the New Voices Program is to create and ultimately produce more works about the experiences and culture of our BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ community by providing meaningful access and opportunities.

Education Scholarships

The Raleigh Little Theatre Education Program exists to teach skills needed to create theatre and to live your best creative life. Self expression, collaboration, and imagination guide how we engage students across the program. Financial assistance is available for…

Working with RLT’s Education Department

Learn more about how to get involved with RLT’s education department as a professional teaching artist or volunteer teaching assistant.

Summer Camps

Join Raleigh Little Theatre for Summer Camp 2023! In all of our camp offerings, we facilitate creative experiences for youth to connect with one another, express themselves and stretch their imaginations. RLT summer camps engage students as actors, playwrights and designers in developmentally appropriate ways. Registration opens March 1!

Teens on Stage and Teens Backstage

2018 TOS/TBS production of “Into The Woods”. Photo by Elly McClanahan. Every summer, Raleigh Little Theatre holds a five-week theatre intensive for ages 14-18 in which high school age students participate in classes and apply their learning to…

Support and Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support.

Our Sponsors

Meet the Educators

Learning from the best teachers in Raleigh

Our Faculty

Links & Resources

Scholarship Application Form

We have partial scholarships for all classes taught at the RLT location. To apply for a scholarship, please complete and submit the application form. For more information, contact education@raleighlittletheatre.org.

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.