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Dinosaurus by Edward Mast


by Edward Mast

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0876023278, Paperback)

A shadow-play with life-sized dinosaurs projected on a full proscenium screen, DINOSAURUS has broken box office records wherever performed. A remarkable fantasy. Cast of three humans (gender neutral), and a minimum of three dancers to create dinosaur sounds. Of course the cast may be larger.

"There's a place down below where the dinosaurs live." Looking for oil underneath Wisconsin, two geologists stumble on a lost world of dinosaurs. Are the humans the heroes? No: this story is told from the viewpoint of the dinosaurs, who must struggle to deal with the intrusion of these pushy, noisy, trouble-making little humans. The dinosaurs try everything to get rid of the intruders, until finally history repeats itself with a solution that at first seems tragic - but just wait.

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