The Racine Theatre Guild (RTG) is a volunteer-based community theatre that was founded in 1938 by 26 people with $13, and has grown into an organization that provides a variety of live entertainment and educational opportunities for all ages. Through the efforts of hundreds of dedicated volunteers led by a small professional staff, RTG annually offers a season of eight main-stage plays and musicals, Racine Children’s Theatre, Jean’s Jazz Series, Comedy Tonight, Signature Spotlight Concert Series, theatre trips, theatre classes, daytime performances and workshops for schools, and more.
The mission of the Racine Theatre Guild is to engage in the theatre arts, pursuing activities and productions of high standards and artistic integrity that will enrich and ensure a better quality of life for the residents of Racine and southeastern Wisconsin by providing educational, cultural, avocational, recreational, and entertainment opportunities.
How do you take action to help?
Everyone who walks through the doors of our theatre, from patrons to donors, to volunteers, to new friends, is welcomed like family. Generation after generation has shared the tradition of the Racine Theatre Guild, making it their home. RTG depends on the generous support of those who believe in the arts in Racine. Financial support helps RTG fulfill its commitment to entertain the community, cultivate students, and build memories that will last a lifetime.
How Donors Can Help the Racine Theatre Guild
RTG is supported through ticket sales, financial donations, and volunteer time and talents. As they reopen for our 84th season, there are many opportunities to attend plays and musicals, lend a hand behind the scenes or get on stage, and support live theatre right here in Racine.
Donations can be made online through the Racine Theatre Guild Donation Page, or you can call the Box Office for more information, (262) 633-4218.