The Dixon Community Players

In 2007, Holly Haas was sitting around bored as a stump. To combat this boredom, she set about devising ways to con the local community into performing a musical.... Con, cajole and otherwise coerce she did. To date we've put on 19 theatrical events which have raised over $25,000 for various local organizations including Dixon Animal Protection Society, The Embudo Valley Library, DVFD and the Dixon Elementary School.

In the summer, we run a two-week drama camp for kids aged 7-17 at the Toolshed.

To get involved or for more info:
Contact Holly Haas - Artistic Director
p: 505.579.4602
  • 2022 - Drama Camp (Puppet Tree)
                      It's A Wonderful Life - Live Radio Play
  • 2021 - Drama Camp (Mask-erade)
  • 2020 - Drama Camp (All the World's a Stage)
                    A Visit from St. Nicholas (Virtual)
  • 2019 - Drama Camp (Reaching For the Stars)
                     Holiday Memories
  • 2018 - Midlife Crisis (The Musical)
                     Drama Camp (Free to Be Me)
  • 2017 - Reliving the 70's
                     Drama Camp (Words, Song and Imagination)
  • 2016 - Back to the 60's
                     Drama Camp (Rock & Role)
  • 2015 - Avenue Q (In collaboration with Los Alamos Little Theater)
                    Drama Camp (Stage & Screen)
  • 2014 - Tuna Does Vegas
                     Drama Camp (Stage & Screen)
  • 2013 - Holly's Follies II - A Tribute to Gershwin
                     Salt & Pepper
                     Drama Camp (Children's Acting Workshop)
                     The Drowsy Chaperone
  • 2012 - You're a Good Man Charlie Brown
                     A Tuna Christmas
  • 2011 - Holly's Follies
                    Lucky Stiff
  • 2010 - The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
  • 2008 - The Fantasticks - a 1960 musical with music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jones
  • 2007 - The Spitfire Grill - an American musical with music and book by James Valcq and lyrics and book by Fred Alley, based on the film by Lee David Zlotoff.

The Toolshed

The "Toolshed" was built for the Dixon Community Players by Simon Feavearyear on his own property as performing at the school gym was not ideal, particularly during basketball season. The facility seats close to 100 folks with an attached kitchen and ample dressing rooms.

Simon sold the property in 2021, but the new owners do make the place available for the Dixon Players as well as other community groups when scheduling allows.

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