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Davis Musical Theatre Company. (DMTC)


Located at 607 Pena Drive #10, Davis, California 95618<br>
Davis Musical Theatre Company (DMTC) is a non-profit corporation organized under the rules of the IRS section 501(c)3<br>
DMTC's Federal Tax ID# is: 68-0028068<br>

Mission


The mission of the Davis Musical Theatre Company is to...
  • preserve the American Musical art form
  • provide quality, affordable entertainment
  • provide a training ground for performers and technicians


  • History


    DMTC is Northern California's oldest, year-round musical community theatre company. Founded in 1984 by Jan and Steve Isaacson, DMTC is comprised of "Main Stage" and "Young Performers" divisions which produces a combined 10 full scale productions, plus workshops and summer activities for children, each season.

    Early Years and Beginnings


    DMTC started as an idea from Jan Isaacson (co-founder and co-producer) in March of 1984, to produce musicals involving children, teens, adults and seniors, DMTC has evolved over the years. It has a wonderfully successful Youth Program (YPT) and Main Stage program. DMTC has entertained thousands, and has sent many to Broadway and professional theater.

    After producing Peter Pan (1984), The King & I (1985), and Fiddler on the Roof (Summer 1985), DMTC built its first facility at 2121-2nd Street, in Davis. The facility opned with Meredith Willson's The Music Man on October 18, 1985, with folding chairs, no heat, no air-conditioning and no insulation in the building. It was a tough first winter! this continued until February 1993 with its last production at 2121 2nd St of 42nd Street

    The Varsity Years


    In Oct 1992, the City of Davis finished a remodel on the old Varsity movie theater at 616-2nd St in downtown Davis. Mayor David Rosenberg wanted live downtown entertainment and came up with a brilliant idea. They had a facility with no tenant, and DMTC, having its absentee landlord raising the rent to $7,000 per month, was a tenant with no facility...it was a match made in fiscal heaven. DMTC produced On the Twentieth Century in Feb 1993 at its new home in the Varsity Theater, 616-2nd St, Davis

    Accomplishments


    In 2005, DMTC opened the Hoblit Performing Arts Center at 607 Pena Drive in Davis. This beautiful 238 seat facility features wonderful acoustics as well as a full orchestra pit for up to 20 musicians. There is a large lobby and spacious rest rooms as well as a large parking lot. DMTC also has an excellent online ticketing system developed by Centerstage Software (Bruce Rowe and php programmer Ben DruShell), that allows the patron to choose any particular seat they wish and have the tickets emailed to them with no service charge

    Current Season (Main Stage)


    Summer Show-Little Shop of Horrors<br>
    2008-09<br>
    <i><B>Fiddler on the Roof<br>
    Man of La Mancha<br>
    Hello, Dolly!<br>
    Sound of Music<br>
    Jesus Christ Superstar<br>
    The Music Man<br></i></B>
    The shows above represent DMTC's 24th Anniversary season of musicals<br>
    Ticket prices for Main Stage productions are $18 General and $16 Students/Seniors (55 & over)

    Current Season (Young Performers 7-17-YPT)


    <i><b>Pinocchio (Aug 17-19)<br>
    Into The Woods (Aug 24-26)<br></i></b>
    Tickets for YPT productions are $7 all ages

    External links

  • http://www.dmtc.org/ Davis Musical Theatre Company Home page<br>
  • http://www.seeaplay.com League of Sacramento Theaters Home page<br>
  • DMTC Ticketing Home page DMTC Ticketing





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