Tickets for ALL RCT productions are available beginning at 12 noon on Monday, 2 weeks before opening night.
The Stage One committee is excited to announce a year of theatre workshops just for youth ages 8-18.Throughout the season we’ll be offering Saturday morning workshops that will focus on different aspects of the theatre: singing, dancing, auditions, acting, technical, and theatre history. All workshops are Saturday mornings 9:00-Noon. $25/session or $100 if you register for all of them. Additional siblings are $20/session or $80 for all.
Tom Sawyer November 2-3, 2013
Tom and his friends get caught up in a series of adventures in this comic strip style play with nonstop action. Based on the legendary tale and including all of the famous antics and escapades—the famous fence whitewashing, stumbling across a gang of criminals in the graveyard, being key witnesses in the trial of Muff Potter, getting lost in Macdougall’s Cave, and many more!
NOTE: Performances on November 2 & 3 are at 2 p.m.
How I Became a Pirate November 15, 2013
A trip to the beach with his family turns into an adventure when Jeremy Jacob meets Captain Braid Beard and is recruited to help him find the perfect spot to bury his treasure. After becoming an expert at talking like a pirate, and following pirate manners and etiquette (or lack therof), Jeremy leads the pirate crew to the perfect spot for buried treasure—his own backyard!
Performance is Fri. Nov. 15 at 6 pm only!
101 Dalmatians Kids March 1-2, 2014
Pongo and Perdita live in London with their humans, Roger and Anita. Their peaceful home life is turned upside down when Cruella De Vil and her henchmen kidnap Pongo and Perdita’s puppies—with plans to make them into a spotted fur coat! All of the dogs in London join forces to bring the puppies home in this family musical play.
Stuart Little April 12, 2014 at 10am & 1pm @ the Wayne County Museum
Stuart is a mouse who is born into an ordinary New York family. The not-so-ordinary events in the Little house continue as animal and human characters alike meet and interact with Stuart. From the famous boat race in Central Park to his adventures with Snowbell the cat and Margalo the bird, Stuart charms and delights in this story-theatre version of the classic children’s tale by E. B. White.