In May 2015, the entire student body of a Vermont K-6 elementary school performed Hailstones and Halibut Bones. Twelve musicians, including Laurie at the piano, accompanied the 200 students.
In November 2013, Massachusetts students performed songs from The Dragons Are Singing Tonight at a community-building K-8 assembly. Each grade represented a dragon from a different culture and sang a song from the musical. The faculty, staff, and administration, representing three additional dragons, also sang a Dragons song, and the entire community sang the finale, The Dragons
In September 2012, TigerLion Arts presented the finale of The Dragons Are Singing Tonight ~ the musical tale of a nasty dragon at the Ivey Awards in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Held each year at the Historic State Theatre, the Ivey Awards celebrate excellence in Twin Cities theatre. Sharing the stage with Nasty the dragon were the Minnesota
In May 2012, the Year of the Dragon, 500 students from two Minnesota schools came together to sing the song cycle, The Dragons Are Singing Tonight. The concert was the culmination of a community outreach program designed by Laurie MacGregor and presented by TigerLion Arts in conjunction with its winter 2012 musical production at the
In March 2012, the Year of the Dragon, more than 1,000 Minnesota students worked with puppet artists from In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre and Puppet Farm Arts to create dragon puppets from recycled materials. The Dragons Art Residency Program was presented by TigerLion Arts in conjunction with its winter 2012
In the winter of 2012, the Year of the Dragon, TigerLion Arts presented the world premiere of The Dragons Are Singing Tonight ~ the musical tale of a nasty dragon at the Southern Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota. With story and direction by Markell Kiefer, music and musical direction by Laurie MacGregor, and lyrics by Jack