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OUR MISSION

Produce high-quality theatrical productions that will engage, entertain, educate, and inspire the people of Richmond and the surrounding area, participants and audiences alike.

 

Hello RCT friends,

As the theatre gets closer to re-opening, protocols have been developed for productions and front of house operations. Two teams worked on drafting and fine tuning guidance for RCT operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also sought input from the Wayne County Health Department. The final document, approved by the Board on June 22, is attached.

We have tried to put procedures in place that will help keep our volunteers and audiences members safe. But, we also recognize this document may need to be adjusted as we all work our way through the coming months.

Please feel free to share your comments and concerns with me.

Regards,

Kathy

Kathy R. Clopper

Richmond Civic Theatre

President

Kathy.Clopper@goRCT.org

 

 

RCT Covid 19 Guidance 6-22-20

STAGE ONE YOUTH THEATER

Stage One is RCT’s youth program featuring all-youth productions, weekend workshops, and summer camps. New! Stage One season membership now available as an add-on to Main Stage membership or as a stand-alone membership.

MAIN STAGE

Join us for a season of musicals and plays. Season memberships include 6 flex tickets good for any Main Stage shows and 1 ticket good for Visionary Productions.

VISIONARY PRODUCTIONS

Visionary Productions replaces Studio 10 as a new RCT endeavor to provide unique and thought-provoking productions intended for adults and young adults.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

RCT Updates:

July 17, 2020

We are ready to step out of the wings and back onstage! This ‘Season Like No Other’ will need flexibility and new ways of doing things in order to be successful. To that end, the Board has taken special measures to help RCT have a wonderful 80th Season.

COVID-19 Guidance The highlights of the protocols include enhanced cleaning and sanitizing, socially distanced seating, and the wearing of face masks in the building. The Guidance is available on our Facebook page and website. We are prepared to loosen the protocols or tighten them up, depending on pandemic developments

Memberships    An RCT membership includes all programs of RCT: Main Stage, Stage One, and RadioWorks, but it does not include tickets. Members may purchase a limited number of tickets for each production at the Members special ticket price and take advantage of other options that are available to members throughout the season.

Memberships may be purchased at our Membership Portal.

Single membership $25 (fully tax deductible). One membership. Limited to two tickets per show. Family membership $50 (fully tax deductible) Two memberships. Limited to six ticket per show.

Donor Levels Since we cannot promise a full season of shows, program ads, listings, tickets, etc., donor levels have changed. Donations may be made at our Donation page. We appreciate whatever support you can give.

Friend Up to $99
Associate $100 to $249
Supporter $250 to $499
Sustainer $500 to $999
Enthusiast $1,000 to $2,499
Advocate $2,500 to $4,999
Champion $5,000 to $9,999
Guardian $10,000 or more
Ticket Prices for All Productions—does NOT include special events

Non-Members Members
Main Stage $15 $10
Stage One $10 $5
Sr. & Student $5

2020-21 Fall Schedule

Special Event:

September 26: Evening of Broadway Directed by Andrew Triana. An outdoor musical cabaret for you to enjoy with your family. Watch our Facebook page and website for details.

Main Stage:

September 11-13, 18-20: Tuesdays with Morrie Directed by Ruthanne Munger. Based on a non-fiction memoir by Mitch Albom. A student reconnects with his college professor, Morrie Schwartz, who is dying from ALS. This is a poignant reminder of what is most important in life.

October 30, 31:Twisted Tales of Poe (Live performance by RadioWorks) Directed by Ruthanne Munger. Four stories from Edgar Allan Poe are twisted into one evening of a live radio performance. Includes The Tell Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontillado, The Raven, and The Black Cat.

December 4-6, 11-13, 18-20: It’s a Wonderful Life: a Radio Show Directed by David Cobine. The beloved American holiday classic comes to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast written for the stage. An ensemble of actors share the story of idealistic George Bailey as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.

Stage One:

August 7 & 8: Ever in the Glades Workshop performance. Produced by Stage One alumni Lizzie Walther, Brady Day, and Nick Maurer. An intense play about teenagers defining themselves and the support, or lack thereof, provided by adults in their lives. The script begs the question: What is the current generation’s responsibility to the next, and what happens if we fail them?

October 16 – 18, 23, 24: Clue Directed by TBA. Based on the popular board game and the 1985 cult classic film this show is a madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist!

RadioWorks:

Tentative broadcast dates:

October Westward the Women Directed by Rachel Phenis. Based on the 1951 movie.

November The Twisted Tales of Poe Directed by Ruthanne Munger. See description under Main Stage.

January The Shop Around the Corner Directed by Marty Hoelscher. Based on the 1940 movie.

March A Star Is Born Directed by Tina Conti. Based on the 1937 movie.

May Duffy’s Tavern Directed by Linda Ward. Based on a radio series that ran from 1941 to 1951.

Please share your thoughts and comments — Kathy.Clopper@goRCT.org

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