Rockville Little Theatre

Future Seasons

Rockville Little Theatre presents classic favorites and contemporary treasures from famous dramatic names and some not-so-famous. Although our name says "Little", the quality of our performances is anything but.

YOU can be a part of our play selection process by suggesting plays for us to perform in upcoming seasons.

Submission Guidelines

  1. Venue: RLT Is currently only scheduling shows at our primary venue, the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, which seats over 400 people. While you are welcome to submit plays more suitable to a smaller venue, they likely will not be added to the approved list in the near future.
  2. Actors and crew: All of RLT's performers and crew are volunteers but are of professional caliber. If your preference requires more staging, it requires more of these dedicated professionals. Please include a hint at production efforts for sets, costumes, and effects aids us in bringing your choice to the stage.
  3. Themes and issues: What do you believe are the major themes and relevant issues in your choice? You don't need an essay but please include a sentence or two on why it's a fun, important, or moving show for you.
  4. Author and title: Please include author and title.
  5. Script: Please include an electronic copy of the script if you have one available. Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat (PDF) documents are preferred.


Please submit play suggestions (or questions about the play submission process) to:

Approved Play List

These plays have been approved for director submissions for the upcoming season.

A Murder is Announced

Leslie Darbon

Beau Jest

James Sherman

Don't Drink the Water

Woody Allen

Flowers for Algernon

David Rogers


Mary Chase

It Can't Happen Here

Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen

Moon Over Buffalo

Ken Ludwig


Daphne du Maurier

Six Degrees of Separation

John Guare

The Explorers' Club

Nell Benjamin

The Grapes of Wrath

Frank Galati

The Hollow

Agatha Christie

Toys in the Attic

Lillian Hellman


Nina Raine

Wait Until Dark

Frederick Knott, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher

Maryland State Arts Council

Supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council ( and the Nora Roberts Foundation (

Nora Roberts Foundation
RLT logo and show logos since the 2017-18 season courtesy of
Stacy Kleber Design