Last chance for James and the Giant Peach

You’ve only got one weekend left to catch this great story and nationally-known set design.

Save on the 2019 season with a Flex Pass

Save up to $48 by grabbing a 2019 Flex Pass!
Available in Full (12 performances) or half (6) seasons!

Tickets are general admission and can be used in both theaters.

Join us for HONK!

Hitting the main stage in April, join us for this award-winning musical! 

Young Adult Open Mic Fundraiser

Join us for an open mic fundraising event geared specifically for ages 15-early 20s! 

Yours, Anne: From Adversity to Advocacy

We are proud to collaborate with great community organizations to provide additional programming around our performance of Yours, Anne. It kicks off with the performance, includes a community panel and exhibit from The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect.

Teaching Artists Sought

We’re seeking summer camp counselors for our 2019 Summer Camp season! Interested? Email AnnD@dreamwrights.org.

Come work with us!

Check out our recent job openings! Come be a part of our team.

Discover the Magic of DreamWrights!

DreamWrights offers inclusive, interactive opportunities for everyone regardless of age or experience. From camps and classes to full-scale productions of timeless tales and iconic stories, children and adults of all ages and skill levels will enjoy a hands-on experience. Whether your passion is being center stage, behind the scenes, or in the audience, DreamWrights offers opportunities to explore the world through creative arts from acting and designing to crewing and stage managing.

A non-profit organization founded in 1997, DreamWrights was created by a group of families who believed that participation in a quality theatre education program would have a profound and valuable impact on their children. While the organization continues to grow and offer new interactive and educational experiences, this common vision has never changed.

Mission: DreamWrights provides creative educational experiences through inclusive inter-generational performance and theatre arts programming.

Guiding Principles:

·         We build community by maintaining DreamWrights’ unique culture of promoting positive interactions and inclusion among everyone involved.
·         We build character (self-worth, self-confidence, leadership, respect and responsibility) through the learning experiences inherent in creating art together.
·         We steward our financial resources in an ethical and responsible manner.