Registration for RMRT’s Teen Theatre Academy takes place April 14 |

Registration for RMRT’s Teen Theatre Academy takes place April 14

Last year, RMRT offered 100 Grand County youth in a unique educational, cultural and positive life experience through participation in a theatre education and training workshop. For season 2010, RMRT again offers three workshops throughout the summer, welcoming back Clare Arena-Haden and Scott Haden as workshop directors accompanied by members of RMRT’s 2010 acting company.

Registration for the RMRT Teen Theatre Academy takes place on April 14.

The Teen Academy is an intensive three-week program that focuses on the craft of theatre, music and dance. This program also focuses on preparation for high school and college theatre study. Offered to ages 14-18, the workshop begins on July 19 and culminates in a cabaret-style performance on August 7 and 8. Registration fee for this three-week workshop is $250.

Registration for the Youth Theatre Workshop takes place April 15, offered to 8-10 year-olds. This two-week workshop is geared toward introducing and practicing the basics of theatre performance. Beginning July 6, participants will learn Broadway song and dance numbers and perform them on July 17 and 18. Registration fee for this workshop is $200.

April 16 offers registration for the Youth Theatre Production, the three-week workshop offered to 11-13 year-olds. This program, beginning on July 12, is devoted to producing the full-length theatrical production of Groovy! A Musical Comedy Tribute to the 1960’s! Far-out hippies and flower children will perform three shows on July 31 and August 1. Registration fee for this workshop is $225.

Registration for each workshop is offered on a first-come-first-served basis beginning at 8 a.m. each day. Participants can either register in person at the RMRT administrative office, 404 Vine Street or by phone at -970-627-5087 or 970-627-8173. For more information, visit RMRT’s website,

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