At Dramashop, we believe there is value in every step of the creative process, not just the end product. We believe there is value in the creation and production of theatrical works, and that much of the magic of theatre happens before the audience arrives.Dramashop aims to engage the community not just in the finished product we produce – innovative contemporary theatre – but as participants in the process of bringing theatre to life and in the exploration of diverse characters, situations and texts. We hope to challenge people to examine society, examine themselves and see our world from alternative viewpoints.
Dramashop will empower creative people, including actors, writers, directors and designers, with opportunities to develop their skills, explore their talents and make connections with other artists. We will provide free and low-cost educational opportunities designed to challenge people to find their inner artists and explore their own creative talents as a means of personal growth.
We believe theatre is a powerful art form and a significant agent for change. Through the exploration of theatre, we can achieve a greater understanding of our world and a greater understanding of ourselves.
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ON SALE NOW: Tickets to [title of show]
We end our second season with [title of show], a musical by Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell. The script follows two men desperately trying to write a musical. Their trials and tribulations are raucously funny, while the music is comprised of witty lyrics and catchy melodies.
$10 advance tickets are available online only, compared to $15 general admission at the door.
Online tickets must be purchased by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the desired performance.
Help us stretch to $3,000!
We've met our 2012-2013 season minimum goal of $2,000 in donations to our annual Supporting Players fund drive. Let's try for our stretch goal of $3,000. Make an online donation now via credit card.