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This dragon was the creative product of one 1993 Buffalo graduate, Scott Gray-Burlingame, a current resident of the Wabasha-Kellogg area in southern Minnesota. This project was part of the area's high school production of "Shrek: The Musical." (Photos submitted by Leigh Burlingame)

 

Scott and his wife Miranda working together on the completion of the dragon's arms for their daughter's high school play, "Shrek: The Musical."

 

The inside framework of the dragon consists of PVC pipe and other wiring, tubing, and building matrials. Scott's original hope for the dragon was that it would be hoisted and held up on stilts, but during production it was determined it would be too heavy. Instead, it was anchored to moving platforms.

 

The dragon's head, in production at LARK Toys.

 

The dragon's head is a stand-alone piece, outfitted on its own platform. Scott designed its opening and closing jaw, as well as its ability to breathe smoke.

 

The finished head of the dragon, during the theatrical  production at the high school. The dragon takes eight operators. 

 

 


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