Train here with top-notch talent

We offer a variety of ways to help you grow and learn more about producing theatre here at RCT, whether your interests lie on the stage or behind the scenes. Some of these experiences may be short, one-day workshops or classes and others are more long-term and intensive, such as our summer camp series for kids or mentorships on technical teams. Whatever your interests may be, we are here to help you learn and grow in your craft.

I’m working with Richmond Civic Theater to have voice lessons on the weekends. If this gains enough popularity it can grow into an acting, dancing, and singing package for kids and families to sign up for!

Jarrod Davis, Jr.

RCT actor

Summer camp is the highlight of my summer. It’s fun and chill, and I get to hang out with all of my friends doing the thing I love.


Stage One actor

There’s nothing better than surrounding yourself with people who not only bring out the best in you but, who truly make you feel like a part of their family.

Gannon Vien

Stage One actor

Summer Camp 2023
Whether your student is new to the theatre or a veteran, our summer camp program is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about theatre, make new friends and have fun! Our program is designed to meet your students where they are in their theatre experience and help them grow and develop in a variety of ways. Each week will culminate in a special performance FREE for family and friends.
  • Morning Mini-Camp: K-2nd grade (23-24 school year)
  • Afternoon Mini-Camp: 3-5 grade (23-24 school year)
  • Morning Teen Camp: 6-8 grade (23-24 school year)
  • Afternoon Teen Camp: 9-12 grade (23-24 school year)

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  • Trips to regional and national theatre experiences
Jarrod Davis Jr

We are excited to announce that RCT is now offering voice lessons with vocal coach Jarrod Davis.

Born and raised in Dayton, Jarrod Davis Jr. graduated from Wright State University with a Bachelor Degree of Music in Vocal Performance. He then pursued graduate studies at Bowling Green State University, graduating with a Masters Degree in Vocal Performance and currently teaches at Stivers School for the Arts.

Currently, lessons are being offered on Saturdays and Sundays at RCT. For more information, please contact Ryan at