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Rockville Little Theatre

Rockville Little Theatre
603 Edmonston Dr


Founded in 1948, Rockville Little Theatre (RLT) is the oldest continuously operating live theatre in the Rockville area. RLT provides high quality performances at reasonable prices. We strive to entertain, enlighten and educate all who attend our theatrical events. RLT offers an opportunity for community members to step out of their everyday lives and to assume new roles as playwrights, actors, directors, costume designers, set designers, and audiences.

Recent News

74th Season at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre

Rockville Little Theatre (RLT) is pleased to announce the return of in-person theatre for the 2021-2022 season. In operation since 1948, RLT is the oldest continuouslyoperating live theatre in Montgomery County. We provide high quality performances…

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Happy Holidays from Rockville Little Theatre

In the midst of what can only be called surreal times, I hope you're staying safe and well. When I prepared our annual holiday appeal letter, I never imagined I'd be sending it to you in the middle of a global pandemic. Like you, I thought we'd be…

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Community Theatre Thrives

On July 17-18 RLT is participating in the Community Theatre Thrives Telethon. This event is providing over a full day of entertainment in support of community theaters in the DMV. Nearly 20 all-volunteer theatres from DC, Maryland and Virginia are…

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RLT Announces Auditions for She Stoops To Conquer

She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith One of the greatest romantic comedies of manners. A young man comes to the country to court the daughter of a friend of his father's. Although well-bred, he is shy around women of his own standing, but a…

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RLT Announces its 70th Anniversary's Season for 2017-2018

Our next season is! Join us as we celebrate Rockville Little Theatre's seventy years of community service. The season spotlights one community whose residents are falling in and out of love, another frayed by a mysterious disease,…

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