Rome Community Theater, Rome NY



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Theater is handicap accessible, if you need assistance when attending a show, please notify the theater in advance, and assistance will be waiting for you.


Rome Community Theater

P.O. Box 91

Rome, New York 13442


Phone: 315-337-5920


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Reservations are Strongly Suggested

Reservations can be taken starting one week before each show. Call the Box Office 315-337-5920, hours 6-9 PM.


At the door ticket sales available.



Rome Community Theater is located at 8911 Turin Rd (Rte. 26 North), north of the

City of Rome. Check MAPQUEST or Google, they will give you a map and driving directions.   


Rome Community Theater will host the

Theatre Association of New York State痴 (TANYS)

annual festival on Nov. 22-24, 2019


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RCT Youth and Family Summer Showcase
August 9&10 at 7PM an August 11th at 1PM

Auditions will be at RCT on 30 June at 4PM until approximately 7:00
or on 1 July at 6PM until approximately 9:00 

It will consist of 6 short plays and some musical numbers.  We are looking for numerous students ages 8 and up (yes this includes college students!) who wish to perform or even work backstage to help in this production.   As the title indicates, family members are also encouraged to share the event with their children by working backstage in areas such as building sets, costumes, props or other required aspects of the evening.   Students auditioning should work with their parents to put down on the audition sheet possible rehearsal times which are key to the success of the event.  Students with similar schedules will be grouped together for rehearsal purposes.  If further information is required or if those audition dates do not work for your family, please contact event planner Barb Seaton at  


Rome Community Theater 2019-2020 Season

Guys and Dolls Book by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling with Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser. Based on The Idyll of Sarah Brown and characters by Damon Runyon.  (October 2019)

Miracle on 34th Street From the novel by Valentine Davies Based upon the Twentieth Century Fox motion picture "Miracle on 34th Street". (December 2019)

The Game's Afoot comedy/mystery by Ken Ludwig .(February 2020)

Amadeus by Peter Shaffer. (April 2020)

Helium is the moving and uplifting story by Julian Wiles. (June 2020)