It's not too late!

Spring Classes and Workshops

For first graders through adult

Beginning in early April

Just Announced Summer Camps

Register today!

Week long camps run weekly June 18 – August 17

Coming Soon

Bridge to Terabithia

8 Performances:
April 13, 14, 20 & 21 – 7:00 pm
April 14, 15, 21 & 22 – 3:00 pm

Teen Open Mic Night

Saturday, March 24

from 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Performers must be ages 13 – 19 and are encouraged to register in advance
All ages may attend


Into the Woods

Priority audition appointments are now open to our membership

Audition dates for our teen musical:
April 16 or 17
by appointment beginning at 6pm
Ages 13 – 19

Performance Dates:
June 14 – 24

New Date! Great Prizes!

Saturday, April 28

from 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Sign up your team today!
Age 14 and up.

Give Local York

Friday, May 4

Be a part of the largest one-day Give in York County history. Support the life-changing work of local nonprofits like DreamWrights.

Audition Workshops

Learn to Audition with Confidence

Workshops offered by age groups – adults, teens, children

Space is limited

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.

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