The Dragon Theatre
2120 Broadway St.
Redwood City, CA 94063

Telephone: 650.493.2006

Fax: 815.550.1241


Voicemail Menu Options:

Press 1  Directions to the theatre

Press 2  General ticket information or are a season subscriber needing to change your tickets

Press 3  Executive Artistic Director Meredith Hagedorn

Press 4  Rentals coordinator

Press 5  Kimberly Wadycki, Managing Director (press or donation requests)

Press 6  For information about Dragon's classes and workshops



meredithheadshot2010small Executive Artistic Director and Founder:  Meredith Hagedorn

Meredith is the founder and Executive Producer of Dragon Productions Theatre Company has been a professional actor and director in regional theatres across the country for over twenty years and an acting teacher for all ages in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and now in the Bay Area. She began producing theatre in college and has been an acting & directing member of multiple theatre troupes across the country. Along with the many hats worn at Dragon, she also teaches teens and adults professional acting, marketing, and producing with her private coaching work.


Managing Director:  Kimberly Wadycki

Kimberly Wadycki graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor's degree in political science. While pursuing her degree she was very active at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts - she was the founding producer of "On the Rocks," a series of student written, directed, and produced one-acts, sat on the Administrative Board of the Krannert Center Association for three years, and was the sole student campus representative on the search committee to hire the new Executive Director of the Krannert Center. After moving back to St. Louis, she was heavily involved with St. Louis Shakespeare and Magic Smoking Monkey Theatre where she worked as a Stage Manager, Board Member, and Production Manager. After a 6 year hiatus Kim has "un-retired" to become active with Dragon Productions Theatre.


Associate Director, 2nd Stages Program: Karen Altree Piemme

Karen Altree Piemme is an accomplished director, actor, dramaturg, workshop facilitator and acting instructor, specializing in community access to the arts. Ms. Piemme spent 21 years with San Jose Repertory Theatre, where she was the Director of Outreach and Resident Dramaturg. She also served as the Director of the Red Ladder Theatre Company, the nationally-acclaimed, award-winning resident outreach company, which empowers disenfranchised populations in our community by helping them develop positive life-skills through the art form of theatre. Ms. Piemme is proud of the positive impact Red Ladder has had on the community as it works to meet the needs of the diverse populations the program serves. Through her expertise in the field, Ms. Piemme has been asked to mentor other artists through the process of creating their own programs based on Red Ladder’s philosophy and methodology, and has successfully launched two other companies on this model. Ms. Piemme’s facility for innovative program design has led her to develop a wide range of interactive arts programs which have been lauded by others in the field of arts education and have been replicated by theatres nationwide.


As an active Bay Area theatre artist and community leader, Ms. Piemme served for two years as the Executive Director of the San Jose Leadership Council. She has directed productions, conducted dramaturgy, taught classes, and delivered workshops locally nationally, and internationally for over twenty-five years. In 2011 she received the Champion of Arts Education Award from the City of San Jose, and in 2012 she was honored as one of the “35 Faces” of Theatre Bay Area. She serves on the Theatre Services Committee for Theatre Bay Area, is on Playwrights Foundation’s play selection committee for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival, teaches classes at San Jose State University, and is a member of Actors’ Equity Association. Ms. Piemme was educated in both New York and London, and received her degree in Acting & Directing (graduating Magna Cum Laude) from Syracuse University.



Production Manager: 


Box Office Manager: Katherine Goldman

Katherine Goldman, a Bay Area native and University of Southern California graduate, joined the Dragon family in August 2013. When not busy at the Dragon she works heartily as a teaching artist. She has taught drama, dance, music, tumbling, origami, and other arts-based classes to children, from toddlers to teens. Years of directing, choreographing, and music directing children has solidified her passion for arts education. She has worked, as a teacher or administratively, for many companies including TheatreWorks, California Shakespeare Theatre, Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles, California Theatre Center, and others.


She is also a busy actor, having performed in a wide variety of musicals and plays. She’s toured internationally with new works and throughout the West Coast performing Theatre for Youth tours. A recent tour of “Miss Nelson is Missing!” brought her from Washington state down to Las Vegas, bringing theater to thousands of school children in a two-month span. Other performance highlights include Cosette in “Les Miserables,” Natalie in “All Shook Up,” Fern in “Charlotte’s Web,” and working with Jason Robert Brown while studying at USC.


Company Manager: Linda Olbourne

An accomplished stage manager, Linda enjoys being the administrative part of a creative team. Having worked in Bay Area theatre for over 13 years, she currently works for Dragon Productions to provide support to the staff, cast and crew each season.


Linda continues to work with several other theaters as an actor, assistant director and dresser while maintaining a day job in book publishing. 


Rentals Coordinator: Sharnel Ross



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January 16 - February 1

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February 26 - March 22

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