CAMELOT June 18-27, 2021
Fr/Sat 7:30, Sun 2:00
Tickets: $28 adults, $17 teens
Box office: 972-690-5029
This reworking of the classic musical is brilliantly done, putting a sharp focus on the three main characters and transforming it to an intimate story of love, hope and leadership. The show features lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe and tells the story of King Arthur, who led Britain against Saxon invaders in the late fifth and early sixth centuries.
The score features songs such as “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence,” “The Lusty Month of May” and “Camelot.” At the heart of this play is the story of Arthur’s quest for his ideal kingdom, Camelot.
Show Sponsors: Texas Bank & Trust, Charlene Cannon, Walder IP Law
Your Safety is our primary concern. We have complete CDC Safety Protocols in Place for Shows and Programming. Including Disinfecting in theater before Performances. Our HVAC system is also vented to the Outside.
2021 SUMMER MUSICALS Tickets on sale Now. Call Box Office 972-690-5029.
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The Addams Family - Oct 22-31, 2021
A Christmas Carol - Dec 10-19, 2021
Emma, the Musical - Feb 4-13, 2022
Broadway's Best - Mar 18-27, 2022
Pirates of Penzance - Apr 18-27, 2022
Newsies - June 17-26, 2022
Annie - July 22-31, 2022
TBA - Aug 19-28, 2022
Individual show ticket will go on sale Aug 1, 2021
COVID-19 CDC Protocols
Our Staff and Actors are fully vaccinated! However, Staff and Patrons wear masks in the lobby and theater during shows. Actors on stage do not wear masks while performing (all are vaccinated). Concession bar personnel wear gloves and masks. Patrons may remove masks while sitting, watching the show. Masks required to move about the facility. Our theater seating chart complies with current CDC protocols.
Hand sanitizer stations will be available at all entrances. Theater, lobby and bathrooms are cleaned and sprayed before shows.
Our Audiences Speak Out!
There aren't enough superlatives to describe yesterday's experience as we watched Bye, Bye Birdie unfold on stage! Everything about it was A-One, Excellent, Engrossing Entertainment. What a happy relief to have 2 hours of unadulterated bliss and laughter....free of the daily stress of grim, news headlines. The Richardson Red Hatters and I marveled at the outstanding cast of talented performers, the direction, staging and the choreography! It rivaled the best musicals you can enjoy on the Broadway stage today. There is just as much professionalism, not to mention HUGELY talented actors, right here in Texas. I am going to see On Your Feet on Broadway in early October and I hope that it will be as good as Bye, Bye Birdie! Continued Success from some of your biggest fans,
~Terry Ryan and The Richardson Red Hatters
I am so glad "Steel Magnolias" continues to be produced after 29 years. Thank you so much for telling my sister's and mother's story. I know my brother will be proud! ~ John Harling
We saw Beauty and the Beast, Saturday night at Repertory Company Theatre with Frank Bowles,Patricia Rios Gonzalez, Judy Burchfield and her husband Keith. What an outstanding performance. The costuming was out of this world, especially the Beast. Aimee Mahoney as Belle was perfect, what an incredible voice and she is Beauty. We would have turned right around and watched it again. Kudos to Rachel Ratcliff (Mrs Potts) for holding her arm in position for so long without any support. Also kudos to Jarrod McRae for taking such a physical beating being thrown all over the stage all night, he must feel like he's been in a car wreck by the end of he performance. The choreography by Amanda Durbin was wonderful. The whole cast out did themselves on this. Thanks to everyone for such a great evening and a special thanks to Debra Carter. Of course Dave and I and Frank and Tricia had to go to Braums get hot fudge sundaes after the show. Ice cream it seems is becoming a tradition for the 4 of us, LOL~ Mitzi Hubbard
Congratulations to Broadway World Dallas....nominees: Amanda Thompson (best supporting actress-Singin in the Rain), Nelson Wilson (best supporting actor-To Kill a Mockingbird), Carlos Strudwick (best supporting actor-Grease), Grease (best musical), Debra Carter (best director-To Kill a Mockingbird), Brittany Charles (best choreographer-Cats), Cats (best ensemble), Kym Buchly (best supporting actor-Singin in the Rain), Jasmine Simpson (best choreographer-Grease), Celeste Youngblood (best costumes-Cats)....
and Best Actor Winner- Gary Anderson-To Kill a Mockingbird!
" RCT Theatre... has hosted a terrific production of a glorious Broadway staple. "Damn Yankees" with music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.
The key role of the devil, Mr. Applegate, is wonderfully fulfilled by Jordan Tomenga. He has many tricks up his shiny sleeves to mislead the team. But he is not alone. Loree Beth Westbrooks plays Gloria, the spunky reporter who digs for the story of Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo. and brings down the house. "Joe" is played by Brian Hokanson who delivers a solid (Tab Hunter like) performance. If you remember, Tab played that part in the movie. Lola is the sidekick of Applegate and Kim Swarner knocks it out of the ballpark. Whatever Lola wants indeed.
And now the ball players. Jarrod McRae is one of those fabulous utility players who does it all well and this is no exception. His dance and singing leadership leads the entire team. And not to forget the chorines: Jessica Kalil brings great energy to the giggling ladies in the chorus. Bravo to all. This production, with all of the vital ingredients on hand: a comic star, comely chorines, great melodies, and a happy ending make for a audience pleasing show". Carl Youngberg
" I saw your production (Guys & Dolls) last Sunday and I have to say that it is the best ever. The men's singing and dancing chorus was spot on and loved the choreography. Adelaide and Nathan's duet was fantastic. Tell Debra, her new season is starting out to be a line up of great hits. I have told a lot of my friends and am sending this on to them. Hopefully, they too will show up and enjoy it. ~ Mary Boyter
"Just when I think you guys can't get any better, you put on Xanadu. 😂 That show was FABULOUS and I think it's our favorite production now from the last couple of years we've been attending. You guys ROCK!!!!!!!!!!" Stephanie Vorndran
Big Fish, the new musical
July 23-August 1
Fr/Sat 7:30, Sun 2:00
Tickets: $28 adults, $17 youth
2021-2022 Season Tickets
9 shows for $225
To purchase season tickets, call the box office at 972-690-5029
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SUMMER NIGHTS - Part 2
Friday, June 11, 8:00pm
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2020-2021 Season Shows
Radio Show Series: Arsenic & Old Lace-Sept 18-27, 2020, Dracula!- October 16-25, 2020, It's A Wonderful Life- December 11-20, 2020.
Love Letters-February 5-14, 2021, Spamalot-COVID Concert Edition-March 19-28, Broadway's Best-April 16-25, Camelot-June 18-27, 2021,
Big Fish-July 23-August 1, 2021, The Wizard of Oz-August 20-29, 2021.
Tickets Sales are non refundable.
July 23-Aug 1
The Wizard of Oz