Does my child need to have participated in Broadway Bootcamp to take other classes or camps?
Our classes are open to anyone, as are most of our camps. Any pre-requisites will be listed in the descriptions.
How do I know what is being offered?
Check under classes for multiweek or single-day offerings during the school semester or camps for weeklong offerings during school breaks.
How do I sign up for classes?
Visit the classes or camps page and click “register.”
I need an invoice to file a flexible spending report. How do I get one?
What are the RMT Youth Ensembles?
The RMT Youth Ensembles are a year-round training program for students. For more information, visit the Youth Ensembles page of our website.
My child has never done any theatre before. Where should we start?
Our classes are a great place to start. They only last a few weeks and are geared to meet the needs of the students in the class. Also, check out our seasonal Blast Camps, Theme Camp, and Play Making Camps. As your child’s interests and skills advance, they can move up in our programming, eventually auditioning for the RMT Youth Ensembles.
Do parents stay and watch the class?
We ask that students be dropped off and then picked up at the end of class.
What happens if we have to miss one day of class?
It’s okay if students must miss one day of class. We do our best to make sure they get caught up on the material for that week. We do not offer make-up classes; misses are taken at the expense of the participant.
Is all of my tuition due at the time of registration?
No. You may either pay in full or set up an automatic payment plan through our registration website.
Who teaches classes for RMT?
We take great care to find the best instructors who meet all of RMT’s safety and learning standards. These teachers are both local artists and artists from across the country.
Is financial aid available for RMT’s classes or camps?
Yes! Young people interested in participating in RMT education programs may apply for financial aid for programs where tuition is greater than $100. All financial awards are based on need. To apply for financial aid, visit redmountaintheatre.org/education/financial-aid/.
RMT is committed to providing educational opportunities to all students and will not turn away students on basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or gender (including transgender), or socio-economic status. RMT provides reasonable accommodations to the known disabilities of students in order to facilitate optimal learning.