Youth Programs

RMTC Youth Programs (2013-2014)

RMPE (2013-2014)

Aidan Alford
Abigail Ross Barlow
Emily Donahue
Amanda Disney
Arden Godfrey
Sarah Goldman
Clayton Ann Halla
Emma Harper
Rachel-Kate McGee
Katie McGettigan
Annie Norris
Allowyn Schultz
Moira Thompson
Gracie Vaughan
Mary "Ellie" Woods
Casey Young

Louis Fort
Jordan Graham
Daniel Green
Houston Kendrick
Mason Milazzo
Michael O'Malley
Alex Perlman
Jack Robbins

SPOTLIGHTS (2013-2014)

Rachel Cartwright
Kinsey Costello
Hannah Culpepper
Maggie Duggan
Hannah Fulmore
Sarah Gladney
Taylor Hanks
Collins McMurray
Anna Claire Morgan
Olivia Pride
Carmen Retzer
Zanie Love Shaia
Simona Shirley
Hayden Sledge
Lacy Smith
Victoria Yeager

Nick Blanset
Tanner Echols
Blake Fields
Hap Gannon
Robert Goolsby
Isaiah Kendrick
Joshua Kurgat
Will Lichtenstein
Avrham Robinson
Harrison Wood

PREVIEWS (2013-2014)

Mea Allen
Mary Lee Allen
Caroline Bates
Juliet Cabraja
Sarah Kaye Carpenter
Zamiela Cheatam
Lindsay Jane Drummond
Isabel Elkus
Kennedy Elmore
Julia Ferreira
Tamara Frieson
Mary Goldman
Bebe Holloway
Marissa Luna
Tess Patton
Alex Pitts
Surina Prabhu
Ella Rosenthal
Lydia Styslinger
Rachel Summers
Catherine Taylor
Ryleigh Thornton

Chase Cowart
Cameron Collier
Andrew Glassford
Luke Partridge


The RMTC Youth Programs provide a vehicle for selected talented youth from Birmingham and the surrounding area to fine-tune and showcase their musical talents.

The Youth Programs include the Performing Ensemble, organized in 1993 for youth ages 13-18, Spotlights, formed in 2001 for performers ages 11-15, Previews created in 2004 for performers ages 9-12 and our newest addition in 2010 - the Sprouts (ages 6-9).

Students attending the Youth Musical Theatre Workshop each June are given the opportunity to audition for the Youth Programs. Once chosen, these young professionals rehearse weekly, learning music and choreography from nationally recognized teachers and professionals.

Their season includes the annual Youth Programs Showcase along with collaborations with visiting guest artists like Jason Robert Brown, David Friedman and Billy Porter, benefit and philanthropic performances throughout the community, as well as multiple customized performances for public and private functions throughout the year. The Youth Programs are proud to represent Red Mountain Theatre Company, the city of Birmingham and the state of Alabama.

Past appearances have included: the concert version of Carousel with the Alabama Symphony and the Alabama Ballet, the James Hatcher Founders Fund Benefit starring Rebecca Luker and Douglas Sills in New York City, the 225th Anniversary celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in Washington, D.C., a four-city tour of Italy as well as recent trips to Chicago, New York City, London, Seattle and Greece.

Interested in becoming a member of the Youth Programs? Students who audition must attend the Youth Musical Theatre Workshop.