The Reluctant Dragon (Poole)

This charming play tells the tale of a boy who meets a kind and funny dragon on the edge of town. The boy and the dragon become friends and start spending a lot of time together. Then the people of the town find out about the dragon and send for St. George. The boy meets with St. George and takes him to meet the dragon. All three soon become friends and find themselves in a quandary. George doesn’t want to kill the dragon and the dragon has no desire to kill George. A plan is hatched and at the end of the story everyone celebrates in a happy party.

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$12.00

Estimated Classroom Reading Fee: $50 per classroom, per semester
Estimated Amateur/Educational Royalty Fee: $100 per performance
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Description

Creators
Kenneth Grahame, author
Tom Poole, playwright
Jon Cranney, playwright
Michael Koerner, composer

 

Details
  • 37 pgs. 1 female, 5 male +ensemble
  • Originally produced in CTC’s 1995-96 season
  • Audience Recommendation: All Ages
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
Synopsis

This charming play tells the tale of a boy who meets a kind and funny dragon on the edge of town. The boy and the dragon become friends and start spending a lot of time together. Then the people of the town find out about the dragon and send for St. George. The boy meets with St. George and takes him to meet the dragon. All three soon become friends and find themselves in a quandary. George doesn’t want to kill the dragon and the dragon has no desire to kill George. A plan is hatched and at the end of the story everyone celebrates in a happy party.

 

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Additional information

Script Type

Demo CD with vocals – Music Tracks Download, Perusal Script PDF, Written Score PDF

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