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Quest for the Dragon Stone
a Children's Theater
CATEGORY : CHILDREN
by Ami Blackford, Dramatized by Robin Seidman

COMPANY : Theatre On Main [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Theatre On Main [WEBSITE]
ID# 2300

SHOWING : June 09, 2007 - June 23, 2007

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The Duncan family are "magbeologists," specialists in the study of magical beasts -- like the sick Pheonix Dragon in Ruth and David's barn, which may lead them to the mysterious dragon stone and bring them closer to finding their father, who disappeared five years earlier. Based on a book by a local author and dramatized by a local playwright, this play, the first in a series of Duncan Family adventures, is having its world premiere at the theatre that is now the world headquarters of the Society of Magbeology. Shows on Saturdays at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.


CAST & CREW LIST
Author/Illustrator Ami Blackford
Playwright Robin Seidman
Director Susan Everhart
David Duncan Andy Houston Flynn
Dr. Fitzgerald, Senior Magbeologist Dave Lauby
Ruth Duncan Annie Thrash
Simone (the faerie) Stacy Vaccaro
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