The Dreamland Arts building will reopen on November 1, 2021 with one small, baby step. Applause Community Theatre will present a live-streamed production of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [abridged]. We’re doing just this one project for now, with no audience, and with only the cast and crew present in the building.
No. We are a family owned business and we treat our space as a part our home. Our house is actually attached to the theater.
The main floor of the theater is accessible, as are the two single-stall restrooms. The basement can be reached only by a flight of stairs. Space and Equipment
Our venue has 40 seats. We do small projects suitable for our intimate venue, that involve only a handful of artists.
No. Seating is by general admission and is on a first come, first served basis. There is floor level seating for patrons with mobility restrictions or those using wheelchairs.
Our theater is located in a residential neighborhood. We do not have a parking lot. There is plentiful, free on-street parking, particularly along Hamline Ave.
The stage is about 30’ wide x 20’ deep. The ceiling is about 10' high.
We do not have regular hours of business. Dreamland Arts is open only when the space is being used. We have activities in the building year-round, on weekdays and weekends, typically between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Most of our activities take place in the evenings and on the weekends.
Our mission is to build a healthy community through the arts. We present and host projects in many artistic disciplines; theater, puppetry, music, dance, poetry readings, film screenings, multimedia and more. We reserve the right to choose what projects are held in our space. We do only small projects with a handful of artists involved.
Dreamland Arts is focusing on presenting select virtual projects in partnership with artists and groups with whom we have an ongoing relationship. We hope to welcome live audiences back to our theater in 2022.
No. Dreamland Arts only presents and hosts projects and events related to arts and education.
No. Dreamland Arts is an alcohol-free space.