In the Heights
In the Heights tells the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood – a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open, and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. It’s a community on the brink of change, full of hopes, dreams, and pressures, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you, and which ones you leave behind. Follow bodega owner Usnavi and his friends as they dream of a brighter future in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s energetic Tony Award-winning Best Musical.
Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Book by Quiara Alegría Hudes
Directed by Patrick Torres
In the Heights is presented through special arrangement with R & H Theatricals: www.rnh.com.
Performances will take place indoors in the Cantey V. Sutton Theatre. Masks that cover both the mouth and nose will be required for all audience members while indoors. Effective April 15, proof of vaccination or a negative test are no longer needed for entry. Click here to read about our current COVID-19 policies. Health and safety restrictions are subject to change.
In the Heights Community Festival | June 11, 1:00-5:00pm
Save the date for Raleigh Little Theatre’s outdoor In the Heights community festival, taking place at RLT on Saturday, June 11. More information coming soon!
The poster artwork for In the Heights was created by Antonio Alanís:
Antonio Alanís is an artist and educator living in Durham, North Carolina. His immigrant background, personal history, and education inspired him to explore themes such as social justice, identity, and immigration in North Carolina. He believes that the visual arts are an integral part of promoting cultural awareness about Hispanic/Latinx people in the United States.
RLT is proud to partner with El Pueblo on our production of In the Heights. Founded in 1995, El Pueblo’s mission is to build collective power through leadership development, organizing, and direct action so that the Latin American community and other marginalized communities control our own stories and destinies. They focus on policy change, civic engagement, youth and adult leadership, and cultural celebration and expression. Due to the pandemic, El Pueblo shifted it’s work to address immediate community needs with a Mutual Aid Fund, food distribution, and COVID-19 testing and vaccination efforts. They recently launched a Community Action ID Program in order to provide undocumented community members a form of identification they can use in Wake County. To learn more about their work, visit ElPueblo.org and follow them on social media.
Thanks to our show sponsor, North State Bank.
Additional thanks to our Media Sponsor, The News & Observer.
Tickets on sale now!
- Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 8:00pm
- Sundays at 3:00pm
Single ticket prices, excluding tax and fees:
- Adult: $27
- Senior/Student: $23
Seniors are age 62 and up. Students are through college.
Safety precautions: Masks that cover both the mouth and nose will be required for all audience members while indoors. Effective April 15, proof of vaccination or a negative test are no longer needed for entry. Click here to read about our current COVID-19 policies. Health and safety restrictions are subject to change.
If you have questions about tickets or seating, please email BoxOffice@RaleighLittleTheatre.org.
- Nicholas Claudio
- Ingrid Santiago
- Cristina Duchesne-Rivera
- Tippy Thornton
- Bryce Nasir
- Ryan Vasconcellos
- Alfredo Hurtado
- Carolina Kavanaugh
- Mairym Azcona
- Roni Nicole
- Piragua Guy
- Gabriel Cortez
- Graffiti Pete
- Davyous Melvin
- Kevin Aponte
Marie Ann Del Valle Coppin
Ariel Griffin Smith
All performances are wheelchair accessible.
Assistive listening devices are available for all performances.
Audio description for those with visual disabilities. The Sunday, June 12, performance at 3:00pm will be described.