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The Raleigh Little Theatre is a community theatre located in Raleigh, North Carolina. It was established in 1936 to serve as a performance venue for the locals. It is also best noted for being the first community theatre in the South to ever cast actors of the African American descent during the segregation.

The Raleigh Little Theatre is a truly celebrated venue in the city of Raleigh. It welcomes up to 40,000 viewers every season. The facility, composed of three spaces (298-seater Cantey V. Sutton Theatre built in 1939, the outdoor 1700-seater Louise Stephenson Ampitheatre, and the 150-seater Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre built in 1990), hosts up to 11 full productions yearly. They also host youth and adult theatre education programs on the site.
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