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The Dragon of Nitt
The Dragon of Nitt
By Phil Grecian.

Cast: 5m., 2w. (1 dog.) The villagers of Nitt have everything—good neighbors, plenty to eat, a verdant forest nearby—everything but happiness! That was stolen (who knows how long ago) by the vengeful Hecate, the witch who lives on the other side of the forest. To recover happiness someone must cross the forest past the fierce dragon, recover the silver box of happiness, and return safely to Nitt. An impossible task! Everybody knows that! So, the villagers select Abercrombie, the most timid burglar, to attempt the adventure. As he begins his lonely quest Abercrombie doesn't know that his daughter, Robin, and her trusted dog, Quid, have followed him into the woods to protect him from harm and to help him rescue happiness. The ancient dragon turns out to be a sweet, wise character. In a flurry of high adventure, the dragon helps Robin and Quid spirit the silver box away from Hecate and scurry home with Hecate and her cohorts in hot pursuit. Does the silver box contain happiness? Of course not! But Robin and the villagers find their happiness anyway—and so does the witch! Two ext. sets.

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Status:  In Stock
Type of show:  Full-Length
Catalog Code:  D50
Cast Size:  7
No. of Act(s):  3
Pages:  62
Royalty:  $75.00 /perf.*
Cost:  $8.95
Approx. Running Time:  80 min.
Target Audience: Young Audiences
Performing Group: High Schools | College Theatre | Community Theatre
Genre: Fantasy
ISBN (10): 0871290391
Philip Grecian's authorized stage adaptation of the film A Christmas Story has had well over 1,000 productions, professional and amateur, since its publication in 2000. His stage adaptation of Dickens' A Christmas Carol has been on the boards for 40 years, and his full stage adaptation of It's a Wonderful Life has been produced multiple times by North American ...More
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