About Us

The RIT Players is one of two student-run theatre groups at RIT. Through our proposal system we have produced at least three major theatrical productions per year. As a club under the RIT Student Government, we have our own constitution, executive board and do our own fundraising to supplement the budget that we receive from SG.

RIT Players was formed in the fall of 1995, but had been producing shows for two years before that. The creator of the RIT Players was faculty member Roger Freeman. The current faculty adviser is Jerry Argetsinger, who teaches in the theater department at the National Techincal Institute for the Deaf.

Our members are involved with all aspects of theatre. As there is no formal theater major here at RIT, we are the perfect solution for that much needed theater fix. Anyone with an interest can participate in any facet of our productions, from acting and directing to tech and publicity.



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