Dragon on the Hill
Once upon a time, in a place not too far from here, there lived a dragon…
Dragon on the Hill is an interactive drama workshop that combines dramatic play and performance.
Our arts educator performers will help the audience warm up their bodies, voices, and imaginations (just like actors do!) so they can help tell the story of the Dragon on the Hill.
The audience will use their imaginations, learn a song, make sound effects, and with their help, the Dragon will discover what it needed all along.
Bring Dragon on the Hill to Your Event
Questions About Dancing with a Dragon
What age group is this workshop suitable for? This workshop is suitable for children ages 4 and up.
What is the maximum number of participants? The maximum number of participants is 40 people.
What is the duration of the activity? The workshop itself is 20-30 minutes long, depending upon the number of participants. We can offer 2 workshops in a booking, so long as they are 30-60 minutes apart.
What does my group need to provide? Please provide chairs for adults / parents to sit on, a 6′ table for our sound equipment, and access to power.
What are the space requirements for this workshop? This workshop requires an open space approximately 20ft x 20ft with chairs set up on two sides and seating in front of the chairs on the floor for children.
How long will you be at our event? We will need access to the space where the workshop takes place before and after the performances. Load in and set up time is 30 minutes, and load out time is 30-45 minutes.
Did you know that the Dragon puppet we use for our workshop is 19 years old? The puppet was originally made for Carousel Players’ production of The Hobbit in our 2001-2002 season, and traveled across Ontario and Quebec.
Available to book for:
- Public events
- School events open to the public
- Community activities
How do I book this workshop? For more information and to book this workshop at your event, fill in the booking form above.
What is the cost per workshop? The cost is $200+hst per session. The artist-educators can run the Dragon on the Hill activity twice during that time.