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Kirk Wisler

After nearly twenty years of performing in productions at DreamWrights and elsewhere, Kirk Wisler decided to step into a leadership position, and accepted the guest director role for The Mouse that Roared. Kirk remembers, “Back when I was in the fourth grade, my dad suggested I try out for a production at DreamWrights. I came, tried out, got in and have been doing it ever since.”

Since those early days, Kirk has been hoping to participate in a production with his father. Unfortunately, it never worked out due to too many scheduling conflicts. That was until now. Not only is The Mouse that Roared Kirk’s 30th show and his first time directing, but also it will be the first time he and his father will participate in a show together. Kirk explains, “The production calls for several voice-over parts. I want to pay tribute to several of my role models, including my Dad.”  So, Kirk has asked his father and some other of his role models to provide the voice over talent for the show. “It is my way of thanking them for getting me to this point. I wouldn’t be here without them.”

2015 DreamWrights The Mouse that Roared

Sentimentality, humor, intrigue, action, and romance. Mouse promises to have it all. You won’t want to miss it.

Tickets are available online, via phone, and in person at DreamWrights Box Office.
August 14, 15, 21 & 22 – 6:30 pm
August 15, 16, 22* & 23 – 2:30 pm
*Touch Tour and Audio-Described Performance
(reservations required)
$10 General Admission, $14 Reserved