HOCKINSON — Greg Saum’s theater students at Hockinson High School refer to themselves as a “dramily,” or “drama family.”“In theater, these guys, they have to put themselves out there, and they’re at that age where it’s uncomfortable to do that,” Saum said. “I want to create an ensemble feel among the students to help with that. My feeling is, when they become a dramily, they’re in that for the long haul. Lately, we’ve been saying ‘dramily for life.’ ”The students and Saum, director for the Hockinson High School Theatre Company, are now trying to help a dramily member, John Crawford, 18, who graduated from Hockinson last year. On Jan. 7, Crawford and his brother, Justin Crawford, 21, were involved in a car crash on their way back to Washington State University in Pullman. Their friend Dashiell Mortell, 19, of Bainbridge Island died in the wreck. The troupe will donate proceeds from Wednesday’s winter show to the brothers, who are now recovering.The Crawfords have been at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle since the wreck — Justin Crawford came home to Vancouver on Saturday, but is returning to Harborview today for more treatment — and have received an outpouring of support from family, friends and the extended families in the Hockinson and WSU communities.So far, Hockinson’s basketball teams have raised money for the family, and the boy’s basketball team wrote John Crawford’s Twitter handle on their warm-up jerseys. A GoFundMe page set up for the family has brought in more than $45,400 from 400-plus donors in the last two weeks. Others have stopped by to bring the family supplies, food and whatever else they need. Roxy’s Dog Ranch in Ridgefield cared for the family dog, Zeke, after he got sick on a trip to the Seattle area.