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The Reluctant Dragon

REBECCA JACOBSON
11 am and 1 pm Saturdays and 1 and 3 pm Sundays through Nov. 24. Opening night performance 7:30 pm Friday, Nov. 15., Sunday November 17 | $13-$18.
Imago Theatre
17 SE 8th Ave.
 
Tears of Joy Theatre presents a family-friendly puppet show about a boy who must defend a poetry-loving dragon to villagers intent on slaying the creature.



Where: Imago Theatre
Phone: 231-3959
Address: 17 SE 8th Ave.
Website: http://www.tojt.org/on-stage/2013-2014-family-series/the-reluctant-dragon/

 
 
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