The Hollow Tree Players is a non-profit children's theater group that was established in 1969. Our mission is to provide children with the opportunity to experience the excitement and wonder of live theater while net proceeds from each performance is donated to local children's charities and organizations
To date, the Hollow Tree Players have donated over $40,000 to organizations such as:
Libraries and schools
The Hollow Tree Players believe in the importance of the arts for today's children and believe that theater is one of the primary ways children learn about life. It engages the imagination, presents a virtual reality of a far away land and stimulates creativity. Children can be transported into another era and experience sights and situations that are limitless. Through this virtual experience, educators have an opportunity to integrate the children's theater experience into various lessons throughout their curriculum. History, writing, reading, social studies, art and even math can be enhanced from this experience.