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The Wizard of Oz

  • Off To See "The Wizard"

    Kirsten Liniger, dressed as Dorothy and carting “Toto” in her basket, waves to passersby before Sunday’s screening of The Wizard of Oz at the Edmond Town Hall Theatre.

  • One Sunday In Oz

    To the Editor:

    Dorothy and Toto greeted us at the door and we even saw a couple of guests who came in costume. 

  • Early ‘Little Princess,’ Popular ‘Wizard Of Oz’ To Open 1939 Film Series

    There have been many versions of The Little Princess filmed, and an equal number of films called or based on L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz, but only two were made in 1939. Those two films — one starring a 10-year-old Shirley Temple and the other a Best Picture nominee that features some of film history’s most well-known songs — will launch a new film series at Edmond Town Hall this weekend.

  • NMS To Present ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ This Weekend

    The Newtown Middle School production of The Wizard of Oz is set to take the stage March 15 through 17.

    Students have been busy after school preparing for the production. By Tuesday, March 5, the students were standing on a “yellow brick road” painted on the middle school stage as they rehearsed. And by Tuesday, March 12, the Wicked Witch of the West had her cackle perfected, Glinda the Good Witch had her sparkling pink dress set, and the ruby slippers were shined as Dorothy stepped on stage in them.

  • Matinee performance of "The Wizard of Oz"

    Matinee performance of The Wizard of Oz, curtain 2 pm, Newtown Middle School, 11 Queen Street, $10, $8 children, final performance of NMS Drama production; 203-426-7642.