Grades K-2



Winter 2018
Spring 2018
Winnie the Pooh KIDS


Just like the older kids’ version of the workshop, every child will get a part with speaking lines, a solo and a terrific costume. Open to boys and girls in K-2.

Kids perform in a musical, hone their skills and everyone gets a chance to shine. The goal is for children to obtain musical theater training while rehearsing for a show. The "process" - especially teamwork and self-esteem - is stressed as much as the "product" - a performance for family and friends.


A different show is produced each season:  fall (Sept-Nov), winter (Jan-Mar) and spring (April-June).  Registration begins approximately 2-3 months before the program starts.  Tuition prices are listed on each show's page (click the show titles listed above). Make sure you join our email list so you get our monthly newsletter with registration start times, as this program often begins to sell out the night it opens.


If you have questions about registration, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Click one of the shows above for a full schedule and to sign up.





STANDARD AGREEMENT Click here to read our Standard Agreement.

REFUND POLICY There are no refunds or credits.

PARTICIPATION POLICY Please do not register if you have any conflicts. Absences and/or "shadowing" (making up a missed rehearsal) are not permitted during two-week intensives. If your child misses a rehearsal (due to illness or otherwise), continuation in the program will be at the discretion of the Producer. Performers may not be late for the last three sessions. Performers who are late to a full run-through or dress rehearsal, for whatever reason, even for illness, are not permitted to perform in the show. Be sure to read our Standard Agreement before you register.

The RFKT workshop schedule is designed to be manageable for families and children. The commitment is just once a week, with only one extra rehearsal right before the show. Each performer can take up to one full absence, plus up to two "shadows," which allows performers to come during another section, if they have a conflict during their own time. The mandatory rehearsals leading up to the show are extremely important and ensure that every cast member is comfortable and prepared when it is time to do the show.

• Please do not register if you have more than 1 conflict that cannot be resolved by "shadowing" (i.e. coming during another section).
• Please do not register if you have to shadow more than twice.
• The final run-thru at the studio and the two dress rehearsals may not be missed or shadowed. If a performer misses (or is late to) any of these three mandatory sessions, he/she will not be permitted to perform in the show.
• Rehearsals marked as mandatory may not be missed or shadowed. If a performer misses, is late to, leaves early from, or does not participate in any of these three mandatory sessions, he/she will not be permitted to perform in the show.


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