Young Artist Productions

Education Through Experience

Through rehearsal and execution of high-quality musical productions, young performers are trained in technique and craft, etiquette and professionalism. These young performers are working alongside the industry’s finest professional performers. Students earn professional credits for their resumes while furthering their artistic education and personal growth. These young performers take major leaps in their artistic abilities and form lasting relationships with peers. Best of all, our young artists take pride in their hard work as hours of rehearsal culminate at show time. As educators, we have the privilege to see them behind the curtain as their energy and excitement buzzes before they take the stage and deliver stellar performances.

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Young Artist Productions

Young Artist Productions are family-friendly shows. Although adults help behind the scenes, these productions are “for kids, by kids.”

The Program

Young Artist Productions are geared toward teaching young people about rehearsal practices and performance etiquette. Shows are performed in the fall and summer.

Past productions include:

  • Beauty and the Beast, Jr.
  • Aladdin, Jr.
  • Once Upon a Mattress
  • The Music Man, Jr.

Eligibility and Tuition

Participation in Young Artist Productions is open to any young person of the appropriate age (see show information for details). THIS IS AN AUDITION-BASED OPPORTUNITY. All students must audition, regardless of previous participation.

Upcoming Young Artist Production

What's it like to be in a Young Artist Production at RMT?

Check out the video we made about our recent production of Mean Girls Jr. and the artistic process!

Financial Aid

At RMT, no child is denied participation in our educational programs based on financial limitations. For more information about our financial aid opportunities, review the James Hatcher Founder’s Fund Award at the link below.

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Contact Us

For more information, contact the education department:

  education@redmountaintheatre.org

  (205) 324-2424