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Open Call for Monday Night Play Space Performances

Since 2016 Dragon Productions Theatre Company has hosted the Monday Night Play Space. Two Mondays a month (when we can) Dragon Productions Theatre Company opens its doors to local artists to use the space for anything, including staged readings of new plays, local film screenings, poetry slams, stand up comedy, improv demos, books readings, and anything else that the Bay Area artistic community comes up with! You need to workshop a new script in front of an audience? This is your opportunity! As a performer, there's no cost to you but we do need to get some details and book you into a time slot. Our goal is to provide local artists a venue to safely test run a new work or performance set and connect with some new fans while allowing our community a low cost way to experience new art. 


Please be aware of the following: 

  • You are responsible for casting your show/reading. 
  • Please note that this is NOT an opportunity to fully produce a new play or musical with a set. There may be a Dragon set already on the stage so we'll be closing the mid-stage curtain to give you the front of the stage as a performance space. This is really intended to workshop a new play with scripts in hand or a new improv set or whatever. Workshop and low tech are the keys here. 
  • You can enter the building at 6p on the night of your performance for set up and a quick walkthru of the performance. We unfortunately cannot accommodate other rehearsal time.
  • We will provide a technician to run lights/sound during the show and to help you get set up for the evening. We will also provide front of house staff to sell tickets and concessions for the show. This event is pay what you will in cash at the door and routinely has pretty solid crowds. Obviously we sell better when you also push the event out to your network of friends and fans. 
  • The doors open for the audience at 7p and the show starts at 7:30p on a Monday night so make sure that your work schedule and traffic accommodate this. The Dragon Theatre is located in downtown Redwood City. 
  • For some Frequently Asked Questions please refer to
  • Check for available dates in 2019. 
  • To apply for a performance slot go here


Questions? Email Alika at alika (at) 



Call for Acts and Performers for Late Night Series

Are you a stand-up comic, clown, acrobat, burlesque performer, musician, poet, mc, storyteller, dancer, or a performing artist of another discipline?

Dragon Productions Theatre Company is seeking new acts and performances of 60-90 minutes to add to our Late Night Series!

Since the summer of 2017, Dragon Theatre has been keeping its doors open late on Friday nights once a month to showcase up and coming talented local performers from around the bay.

We provide you with space and staffing to host a successful night of your performance. When all is said and done, we pay out a majority of box office receipts to you after our fixed staffing costs are covered. 

Admission for these shows is $15 in advance or $20 at the door and each ticket includes one beverage. Shows start at either 9:30 or 10:30pm. 

All shows are aged 21+. 

Contact Bora “Max” Koknar about available dates to book your act or to get more information at max (at) .

Please provide:

  • Title & Discipline of your act
  • Description of your act
  • Approximate length of your act
  • Links to media you have available to share as a sample of your work (Please include any relevant contextual information)
  • Minimum technical needs of your act
  • Any other logistical needs/considerations for your act.




Redwood City Play Festival: Gender Shorts

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Dragon Productions Theatre Company and Fuse Theatre are proud to announce a joint one act play festival in Redwood City beginning this summer. The Redwood City Play Festival will combine the strengths of both companies to produce one act plays and events centered around a central social justice theme and will highlight local artists.  This year’s theme is on gender-based topics, or “Gender Shorts.”


We are casting non-equity actors and invite actors to audition for the three one act productions. We are committed to diversity and representation onstage, and encourage actors of color, and trans, non-binary, and GNC actors to audition.


General Auditions: Saturday, March 23rd, 4pm-9pm

Location in Redwood City, TBD- will confirm when scheduled.



10-minute time slots are available; please contact Annette Koehn at with the subject line “Gender Shorts Auditions Request” to schedule an audition time. Please include a headshot and resume, and what production/role you are interested in. For any questions related to auditions, please contact



Please prepare two short (3 minute) contemporary monologues, one comedic and one dramatic. Please bring a hard copy headshot and resume.



LTLC/NSA: Saturday, March 30th, 12:30pm-5:30pm

Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood City, CA 94063

BIWT: Sunday, March 31, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood City, CA 94063



Rosie, lost at a public transit station, reacts with surprise when a cute young man approaches her and wants to "share his secrets" with her. Realizing that she's being propositioned for the first time, she declines. Jayden is dejected until she says that she'll gladly "share secrets" with him... for a price. The two head to a hotel, and a comedy of errors unfolds; doubly mistaken identities and hidden histories collide as they spar through awkward puns and performance anxiety.

Directed Kieran Beccia



In a world where women are in positions of power and privilege, the Wife and Mother face the truths about victim blaming/shaming of their beloved husband/son and their own biases.  The audience must decide the fate of the brilliant promising athletic female student. A compelling exploration of the power struggles between genders through the lens of a sexual assault case.

Directed by Stacey Ardelean


NEVER SWIM ALONE by Daniel MacIvor

A swift and darkly funny satire about two egotistical men and their ruthless competition for the title of Top Dog. The play is structured as a surreal verbal sparring match: Frank and Bill, two guys in blue suits and bad ties, square off in a 13 round Battle Royale of vicious undermining and one-upmanship, refereed by their childhood crush.

Directed by Nathanael Card

First Rehearsal: May 6th, 2019

Tech Week: June 3rd, 2019

Opening: June 8th, 2019

Closing: June 16th, 2019


Rehearsal location is tbd but will likely be in Redwood City. Rehearsal hours will be no more than 40 hours split between 4 weeks.

All performances take place at Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood City, CA 94063. Each production will have 6 performances total.

Actors are Independent Contractors, and will be paid a per performance fee.


Character Breakdowns:



ROSIE- A youngish woman with light skin. Tall. Rosie is a trans woman.


JAYDEN- A youngisher man of color. Short. Jayden is a trans man.




MAN- the alleged victim of sexual assault, married, mid/late 20s


WOMAN- the alleged perpetrator of sexual assault, athletic, mid-20s college student


WIFE- Married to the man, career woman of power, mid/late 20s


MOTHER- Powerful career woman, mother to man, stylish, put together 50s/60s



FRANK - a man in a blue suit. In his 30’s to 40’s.


BILL - an almost imperceptibly shorter man, also in a blue suit. Same age as Frank.


REFEREE - a woman in a blue bathing suit. 18 to early 20’s.


Parking for Auditions at the Dragon Theatre:  

We strongly suggest parking in the County Parking Garage at Veteran's Blvd and Middlefield Way as it's got ample parking and is free on the weekends. Please plan to arrive a little early so you don't feel rushed walking to the theatre.

More info on parking and directions can be found here:

The auditions are located at: 
Dragon Theatre  at 2120 Broadway St.  in Redwood City, CA 94063


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Headshots and résumés can be mailed year round via US Postal Mail to:

Dragon Productions Theatre Company
ATTN: Auditions
2120 Broadway St.
Redwood City, CA 94063

or emailed to the company at info (at)



Technical and Creative Staff  


Dragon Theatre Technical and Creative Staff Opportunities

We are currently seeking properties, sound designers, costume designers, scenic designers, lighting designers, stage managers, and assistant stage managers for the 2019 season. Potential on-the-job training for some positions available. Interested in Stage Managing, but have never tried? You can start as an Assistant Stage Manager and learn the trade. Please send a letter of intent and resume to info (at) There is a stipend for all production staff positions. 


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