DragonsPDP

A Virtual Off the Hill Production!

Dragons Love Tacos
By Ernie Nolan
Adapted from the book by Adam Rubin
April 16 - May 16, 2021

This professionally filmed performance will be available virtually on weekends, in partnership with various community centers.

Scroll below to learn more about the show and to register for your free tickets!


About

Do you know what dragons really love? Tacos, of course! Chicken tacos, beef tacos, big tacos and tiny tacos. As a boy and his dog watch a television show about dragons, they unexpectedly get caught up in the “Dos and Don’ts” of what to feed them. But if they accidentally eat spicy salsa, watch out! Recommended for ages 3 and up.

Promotional photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.
 

 

Tickets

Different community centers are partnering to present Dragons Love Tacos each weekend. Scan the options below to select the free performance you'd like to virtually attend, and reserve your tickets today! The production will be available in your account on your selected weekend. Look below for instructions. You will also receive instructions in a reminder email the week of your show.
  

Step 1 — Register for a Performance

Click on a show below to register for free tickets to stream Dragons Love Tacos during a weekend of your choosing! Only one ticket is needed per household/viewing group. Here are the remaining weekends and performances:

May 7 – 9
Arts Center at Dunham
Artsville

May 14 – 16
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
Playhouse ASL-Interpreted Performance

Step 2 — Access Your At-Home Performance

If you have reserved tickets for Dragons Love Tacos using the links in the previous section, the production will appear in the Digital Content section of your Playhouse website account.

1. Click here to login to your account.

2. Then click “Digital Content” on the left.

3. Your production will be available starting the Friday of the weekend you selected. We will send an email reminder the week of your show!

WATCH

Looking to share this show with your students during the school week? Visit our Outreach Touring Plays page to learn more.


 
Photos
  
 
Artists

Joshua Carandang

Boy

Sydney E. Crutcher

Leroy, a dog

Phineas Clark

Man in Suit

A.J. Baldwin

Red/Yellow Dragons

Kenny Hamilton

Blue/White Dragons

Dylan Shelton

Director

Daunielle Rasmussen

Artistic Producer

Piper N. Davis

Cultural Director

Kenton Brett

Set Designer

Melanie Mortimore

Costume Designer

Trey Tatum

Sound Designer

Rebecca Armstrong

Stage Manager / Associate Producer

Robert Carlton Stimmel

Production Assistant

Optic Lizard Productions

Filming / Editing

 
Sponsors