Dreamweavers Theatre 2007 Season Shows

All shows begin at 8 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and at 2 pm on Sundays, unless otherwise indicated. Please choose from the list of shows below for individual production information.

Our 2007 Season
Main Stage Passes* make a great gift! Buy yours now!

Main Stage
The Prisoner of 2nd Avenue
by Neil Simon
"[Neil Simon has] A gift for taking a grave subject and, without losing sight of its basic seriousness, treating it with hearty but sympathetic humor...." N.Y. Post.
January 12 through January 28.

Laura by Vera Caspary and George Sklar
The ultimate femme fatale...
March 9 through March 25.

The Dinner Party by Neil Simon
"The audience can bank on some good laughs." N.Y. Daily News.
May 4 through May 20.

Proof by David Auburn
"PROOF is the one you won't want to miss..." N.Y. Magazine.
July 13 through July 29.

The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menchell
"Very touching and humorous." Washington Journal Newspapers.
September 7 through September 23.

Black Box Series*
Love Letters by A. R. Gurney
Something special to share with your Valentine.
February 9, 11 and 14.

Improv by Un-Scripted Theater Company and Rats in the Alley
"A refreshing change of pace for theatregoers " - SF Examiner
Un-Scripted Theater Company performs 4/6, 4/7, 4/13 & 4/14
Rats in the Alley - 4/15
April 6 through April 15.

Seascape by Edward Albee
"Hats off, and up in the air! A major dramatic event." N.Y. Times.
June 8 through June 17.

All In The Timing by David Ives
"Like sketches for some hilarious, celestially conceived revue." N.Y. Times.
A Reader's Theatre production.
August 10 through August 19.

A tasting menu of comedy at Dreamweavers
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Comic delights from David Ives at Dreamweavers
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Answers by Ernest Thompson
"… there is never any doubt that Mr. Thompson is a talented writer."
NY Times.


A Christmas Carol adapted by Louise Anderson from the original story.
A group of Yuletide party guests are urged by their host to choose parts and read aloud the famous Christmas story, because "It simply wouldn't be Christmas without hearing A Christmas Carol." At first it is no more than a lark, but as the reading progresses, the guests become more and more submersed into the characters they are reading, until the line between their real selves and the much-beloved Dickens' characters they are playing is blurred, perhaps irrevocably. A haunting, yet ultimately joyous, family-oriented holiday offering.

December 7 through December 16.

Special Thanks to our Season Sponsor, Dey Laboratories, Inc.

* Main Stage/Five Show Passes and Complimentary Passes not valid for Black Box productions. Seating limited to 25 per performance!