The Green Lake Drama Dragons


Green Lake Elementary prides itself on working to create valuable multi-arts experiences for its students, and our after school drama program is in a league of its own. With the support of Molly Kerr Goldman and Merissa Goldstein (GoldKerr Productions), our students work hard for months to bring its community a full-scale theatrical experience, complete with beautiful sets, elaborate costumes, lighting and "special effects", and - of course - concessions. 

The performances are free of charge and everyone is welcome. We do ask for a small donation at the door, but only from those who are willing and able. It's not a fundraiser. It's an arts experience, and we hope you'll take part! 


The 2022-23 school year production is a "punk rock" adaptation of Peter Pan.


View the full Peter Pan program here
to read the Director's note, cast list, and thank yous. 


Green Lake Elementary School cafetorium 
2400 N 65th St, Seattle, WA 98103 

Friday March 31 7pm 

Saturday April 1 at 1pm

Saturday April 1 6pm 

No need to RSVP or buy tickets, just come as you are. First come first served for seats. $10 per person suggested donation at the door. 


An excerpt from our Director's Note: 

"The pandemic took away a lot from our children. One of the biggest things, in my opinion, was a chance to gather together to “play” or put on plays.

GoldKerr Productions tried to keep that feeling of magic and creation alive by doing some fun movie productions. However, a movie cannot replace the magic of live theater.

The skills students learn by working together to tell a story on stage in front of an audience cannot be replicated any other way. I hope these students will learn from this experience to be confident in themselves, to work together with others as a group to create something they are proud of and that you don’t have to be perfect to still be a big success!

What you will see tonight is an effort of a community of students, parents, teachers and staff who are proud of their school and their neighborhood. We have a community filled with so many creative people who love opportunities to express themselves and come together to create something special.

I have been overwhelmed by the number of students who wanted to participate, as well as by the number of parents who stepped up to help in both big and small ways. I feel supported by this community, and I am happy to give my time to work with these amazing kids, wonderful parents, teachers and staff.

Please enjoy the show, laugh, cry and applaud loud and with pride for these brave and wonderful kids." - Molly Goldman