Puppet Brunch – The Reluctant Dragon
Princess Penepole loves to read about dragons. Imagine her surprise when she actually meets and befriends a dragon! Their introduction coincides with the arrival of a much-touted dragon slayer, Sir Reginal Thwebes. Upon discovering the potential threat of a dragon in the palace, King Rhubarb charges Sir Reginald to fight the dragon. Will it be a fight to the death? Will it be a draw? Will they even fight at all? Find out in All Hands Productions version of “The Reluctant Dragon.” Loosely based on Kenneth Grahame’s book, this production utilizes colorful moving-mouth hand puppets and rod puppets to tell a story about friendship and understanding. Puppets created by David Stephens and costumes by Sottie Rowell. This show was funded in part by a 2008 Jim Henson Foundation Family Grant.
TICKETING/RESERVATION INFO: TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR EVERY MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD.
Your tickets serve as your brunch reservation. Additional arrangements are not required once tickets are purchased. For special seating requests (highchairs or booster seats), please call 470-225-6162