Here’s your guide to this month’s Oz happenings both in the US and abroad:
Last Chance — Closing Nov. 3:
The Oz-theme corn maze in Springfield, Ohio.
The Museum of Oz in Columbia, South Carolina.
The Wizard of Oz 4D experience in Stone Mountain, Georgia.
Septime Webre's Wizard of Oz ends at the Cincinnati Ballet.
Oz on Stage and Screen:
Nov. 1 in Cleveland, “The Wonderful Music of Oz” concert lets the audience relive 100 years of Oz music live on the Pops stage.
Nov. 9 and 23 the Harlem Repertory Theatre in New York presents the “Wizard of Oz: A Jazz Musical for All Ages."
Nov. 13 at the Marcus North Shore Cinema in Mequon, Wisc., The MGM film will be a fun night for fans and families.
The Don Bluth Front Row Theatre in Scottsdale, Ariz, screens The Wizard of Oz through Nov. 16. https://donbluthfrontrowtheatre.com/etickets/index.php...
Sat. Nov. 30, the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, Mass., continues its annual tradition screening The Wizard of Oz over Thanksgiving weekend.
“A Christmas Wizard of Oz” at the Shawnee Playhouse in Delaware, Penn., adapts the classic story for the holidays. See November dates:
Around the World
Starting Nov. 1 and open through Jan. 5, the zoo in Dublin, Ireland, is staging a display that "lights up" storybook characters, including The Wizard of Oz. https://www.independent.ie/.../larger-than-life-beloved...
A "secret" Oz-themed party in London Nov. 1-2!
Running Nov. 20-Jan. 25, English Oz fans can see the The Wizard of Oz live show. Look for the sing-along version for double the fun. The Leeds Playhouse Production holiday spectacular is in West Yorkshire.
Nov. 30 Ballet Theatre UK presents The Wizard of Oz at the Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton, Somerset. This is a two act, full-length, ballet adaptation of "the iconic tale by L. Frank Baum, ... with beautiful backdrops, stunning theatrical sets and costumes evoking the iconic sketches by W.W. Denslow."
'The Imaginarium of Oz' in Shanghai uses modern technology and immersive installations to carry visitors to Oz. The exhibitions run until January 5.
Mark your calendars! We're off to see the Wizard!
Article by The International Wizard of Oz Club