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55 Star Starred
Provision Theater
at S Morgan 1001 West Roosevelt Chicago, IL 60608
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 12 members
Review from myleebon
1 event 1 review

This was a very cute and condensed version of The Wizard of Oz. It is the appropriate length to keep a child's attention (~1hr), and entertaining for adults too.

reviewed May 21 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from tanzall
10 events 4 reviews

The play is about an hour, but it hits all the memorable parts of the movie. It was cute, a little cheesy, but kids will enjoy. Worth goldstar money, it's not broadway. Casual dress, parking in back, goldstar seats were great, row 4.

reviewed Jun 04 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Keith B.
5 events 2 reviews

I took a group of kids from my church. They had a great time. I admit I did as well.

reviewed May 28 2011 report as inappropriate
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You and your children will be delighted and entertained as you watch the magical adventure of young Dorothy and her dog, Toto, in the magical Land of Oz. When a tornado strikes her Kansas farm, Dorothy and Toto are transported to a mysterious world. Upon exploration, Dorothy meets a colorful assortment of Munchkins and the Good Witch, Glinda; they introduce her to OZ and send her off to the Emerald City to ask the Wizard of Oz to help her find her way back to Kansas. As Dorothy begins her journey, she teams up with the Scarecrow–who wants a brain, the Tinman–who is looking for a heart, and the cowardly Lion–who is seeking courage. This quartet’s adventures lead them to learn that they must face their deepest fears in order to help Dorothy find her way home. Come enjoy many of your favorite songs, such as “Ding Dong the Witch is Dead”, “Follow the Yellow Brick Road”, and “Somewhere over the Rainbow”. Whether introducing your child to this story for the first time or coming out to relive the joy of this classic musical, your whole family will love The Wizard of Oz!

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