The Wilmington Drama League's long and noble preforming arts tradition traces back to 1933, when a small band of enthusiasts began staging plays on the third floor of an old grist mall at 18th and Market Streets. Seven years later, the success of this venture in community theatre enabled the Drama League to relocate to its own facility on West Lea Boulevard.
Today, the Wilmington Drama League has gone beyond exciting theatrical entertainment. We now offer expanded educational and performance opportunities to your community. Our facility is available for use by other responsible community performing arts groups. While we will focus on providing imaginative, entertaining, and affordable theatrical experiences for patrons and participants, we look forward to building our reputation as a vital resource for community performing arts.