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RMRT’s Youth Theatre Program registration begins

GRAND LAKE – RMRT’s Youth Theatre Workshop offers three different programs. Last year, there were over 120 youth in the program on RMRT’s new stage.

Registration dates are on a first come first serve basis by phone at 970-627-5087, 970-627-8173 or in person at the RMRT Office at 404 Vine Street in Grand Lake starting at 8 a.m. All the forms needed are provided online at rockymountainrep.com.

Teen Theatre Academy, 13-18 years old, $250, registration is April 18.

Workshop dates are July 23 to August 12

Director: Joel Ewing

This intensive three-week program focuses on developing the craft of a creative artist. Looking for teens with all talents: musicians, painters, poets, singers. Training in the area of monologues, scene study, audition technique, stage combat, dance, vocal study, and creative writing will be conducted by RMRT professionals. This program will also focus on preparation for high school and college theatre study. The workshop will culminate in three Cabaret-style performances including original material generated by the participants. .

Youth Theatre Workshop, 7-9 years old, $200, registration is April 19.

The workshop dates are July 10 to July 22

Director: Laura Bess-Ewing

This two-week workshop is geared toward introducing and practicing the basics of theatre. Learn what it takes to put on a show using Broadway song, dance, lights and music taught by our professionals at RMRT. This workshop is sure to spark an interest in the arts for a lifetime. This workshop is designed to offer age-appropriate vocal, acting and dance coaching and will conclude with three performances of Broadway song and dance.

Youth Theatre Production, 10-12 years old, $225, registration is April 20.

The workshop dates are: July 16-August 5

Director: Laura Bess-Ewing

This three-week program is devoted to producing a full length theatrical show. The RMRT staff will teach audition techniques, stage blocking, prop and set creation, and performance skills, resulting in three public performances of the production. The production this year will be Twinderella!

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