• All patrons, volunteers, and staff will wear face masks

  • Reduced capacity (<25%) for all shows

  • Hand-sanitizer stations located throughout the theater

  • Empty seats between each party for social distancing

  • Temperature screening for patrons, volunteers, and staff

  • Increased cleaning schedule throughout the building

The safety and well-being of our volunteers and patrons is our number one priority. Here are just a few of the safety measures* we will employ in our productions:

*Our complete COVID-19 Safety Guide may be found HERE.


Emily Earp, Chair
Drew Allison
Andrew Bressette, PhD
Suzanne Clonts
Chris Davidson
Dixon Freeman, MD
Joel Todino, MD




Born of the American Little Theatre Movement, Rome Little Theatre is proud to be one of the oldest community theatres in the country.  From its founding in 1933 to its WWII hiatus and its 1956 revival, and from its residencies at the Gordon Theatre and the Maple Street Community Center to its current home at the Historic DeSoto Theatre, RLT is woven artfully into the rich, historical fabric of Rome, Georgia.

For decades, RLT has been committed to entertaining, engaging, and educating our community through the practice and promotion of the theatre arts. Our success is built on the generous contributions of generations of volunteers, donors, and patrons.

The mission of RLT is to present amateur theatrical productions, encourage interest in drama, and contribute to the cultural and educational life of the community. RLT is an active supporter of the Arts in Rome and Floyd County. 

RLT is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

Rome Little Theatre

530 Broad St

Rome GA 30161



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