RCP at RCP:  The Rockwall Children’s Playhouse at Rockwall Community Playhouse (RCP at RCP) Workshop introduces students to theatre basics, as well as how to produce a complete show!  This unique program provides educational opportunities along with a stage performance for families and friends.  Perfect for the new or developing actor to experience the entire production process including how to audition, what happens during rehearsals, understanding stage movement, and acting techniques.  RCP Workshops are conducted each Spring and Fall.  Performances for family and friends are held at the end of the workshop period.


1st – 4th Grade Presents

Directed by Kathryn Johnson

Celebrity interviewer Ian McWorthy has a dream line-up for tonight’s episode of the World Wide Window: a veritable litter of felines whose internet antics have catapulted them to fame. In this fast-paced series of hilarious interviews, Ian uncovers the story behind Tuffy’s first dramatic foray into a cardboard box, learns just what makes Nelson the Grouchy Cat so very, very grouchy, and contends with the diva-like antics of Kitty Boo Boo and her entourage, and so much more. So stay tuned! Things are bound to get a little…hairy.

5th – 8th Grade Present

POWER LINE by Don Zolidis
Directed by Jessica Zerkavos

Mom and Dad want their freeloading kids to get jobs, but nothing could compete with the ultimate gig for high school kids that they had in 1989. As a Game Counselor answering calls on the Power Line, you could bring hope to people with nothing to lose but 99 cents an hour: people who are really stuck in a video game. In his pre-Dad days, young Gilbert learns the ropes from fellow weirdos as the quirky Counselors field calls from the lovelorn, the overly immersed, and the bloodthirsty. Battling panic attacks on the phone is tougher than dodging barrels at first, but a talented coworker takes an interest in helping Gilbert…and maybe more. Okey-dokey, here we go!