Marshall Anderson, chair
Linda Marx, academic department associate
written by Neil Haven
directed by Charles Grover
Puppets, songs, dragons and friendship come alive in Nate the Dragon as Nate and his friends take you on a journey to the Kingdom of Treegrass. Try as he may, Nate the Dragon just can't seem to fit in. He doesn't look like a duck, he doesn't quack like a duck, nor does he act like a duck (how many ducks do you know that can breathe fire?). This touching anti-bullying story reminds us all that even though we may be different, we all have something to give to the world. With courage, bravery and compassion Nate the Dragon teaches the valuable lesson that everyone is important.
Based on the book by Kim Groshek and Alex Urner. Original illustrations by Kate Dodge. Music by Adam Triebold.