It doesn’t change We tour in 23 trucks, we load in in two days and load out in four hours.” As for How to Train Your Dragon, “we’re taking a spectacle that has fire breathing dragrons on a massive scale with a cast of over 20 people to tell a very unique story,” said Eric Stevens with Dreamworks Theatrical. “Our director Nigel Jamieson has done an incredible job pulling it all together.” William Morris agents Clint Mitchell and Ryan Jones are booking the show. “We haven’t announced a lot of the dates, including Staples Center in Los Angeles, but we’ll be back in year two.” Interviewed for this story: Tanya Grubich, (917) 147-0220; Nick Grace, (323) 954-7510; Eric Stevens, (818) 695-5000
It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, but was only open for a few weeks between 1970 and 1980, when it was permanently closed. In 2000, the venue was designated an American Treasure under the federal “Save America's Treasures” program created by President Clinton.
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