Natick Drama Workshop Productions Are Back
The second week of March 2020, props were shoved onto shelves, fitted costumes labeled with actors’ names on tall racks were pushed into a closet, and hand-built sets that were about to be loaded on stage began collecting dust.
Natick Drama Workshop, a community theater program for 5th - 8th graders that has been running for 50 years, is proud to announce that after nearly two years with empty stages and audience seats, live theater is BACK!
The excitement is palpable, but the reality is also there: like so many others, COVID has affected this organization, too.
NDW has sadly experienced significant attrition in the program due to COVID, and relies on local business support for Playbill advertisement and ticket sales to self-fund the program for future shows.
But that is not stopping them from forging ahead. The first production since reopening is “Showtime!“
“Showtime!” celebrates the past, present and future of NDW with highlights from some of our favorite shows:
Wild Wild Wildest West
Lady Pirates Of Captain Bree
Doo Wop Wed Widing Hood
Tickets are now on sale for all three shows, happening over Nov. 13-14, at Wilson Middle School. Tickets can be purchased online at
Masks will be mandatory for all audience members to protect theater-goers, actors, and crew.