Welcome to Dingmans Ferry Theatre
Dingmans Ferry Theatre is a non-profit performing arts entity housed in a converted building at Dingmans Ferry’s Akenac Park. It will be the home to various performing arts events designed to entertain and delight you. This space has been converted by our volunteers to an intimate theatre perfect for a wide range of performances. Watch this space for more information on upcoming programs and ways you can participate as volunteer, audience member or performer.
Dingmans Ferry Theatre is excited to announce our upcoming holiday event, a live radio show format of two beloved classics, It’s a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street! The two one-act shows run […]Read More
We are looking for volunteers to work on upcoming productions, stage and music, at the Dingmans Ferry Theatre. Please send your name and contact information to email@example.com. We are looking for […]Read More
An idea nine years ago, has led to the creation of the Dingmans Ferry Theatre and now, Dennis Lee with the help of Michelle Markey and Tim Singleton are in the midst of renovating a cabin that stands within Akenac Park.Read More
The Dingmans Ferry Theatre is an upcoming, cozy community theatre nestled in the woods of the Poconos Mountains. The Theatre was converted from an old cabin as part of Camp Akenac, also known as Akenac Park off Route 739 in Dingmans Ferry.Read More
There are many highly regarded renditions of the "old blue eyes" swing music legend who died in 1999 but Dennis Lee of the Dingmans Ferry Theater, who has led the way in putting the show together, says Manfredonia's characterization is "legit".Read More