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Modern Version of Oz Opens this Weekend at Cold Spring Harbor High School

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This version of “OZ” is a modern twist on the classic tale; at once both funny and heartfelt. This beautiful play, performed by the Cold Spring Harbor High Drama Club, opens this weekend. Performances are on Friday, November 22 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, November 23 at 7pm; and Sunday, November 24, at 2 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, 82 Turkey Lane, Cold Spring Harbor.

Tickets are $10 at the door—  $5 tickets for children sixth grade and under who come dressed in costume as their favorite character from The Wizard of Oz. 
 
 

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3 comments to Modern Version of Oz Opens this Weekend at Cold Spring Harbor High School

  • Anonymous

    I loved it! Beth, Glinda, quiz and quack, the Tinman and the scarecrow were so funny and amazing!

  • Anonymous

    I saw it on Sunday with my children. They loved the colorful costumes on the munchkins, the humorous nature of the lion and frick & frack, and the evil trees! I honestly loved the deep plot beneath it all. Beth’s struggle to overcome her grief of her loss of her sister was a strong undertone for the chaotic world of oz. I loved how the lion, Tinman, witch, and scarecrow served as symbols of Beth’s journey. The ‘guide’ was also Jill, Beth’s sister, which added a delightful twist. Overall, this is another beautiful production by CSH high!
    (Shoutout to Alethea, the girl acting fab!)

  • Jody Williams

    I loved this play! The best characters were:
    -Munchkin Mayor (Patrick fizimmons)
    -Glinda (Brittany McGowan)
    -Tin Man ( John Lizak)
    -The ‘Fab’ muchkin (Althea Friedberg)
    -The guide/Jill (Katrina Giamerone)
    -The Lion (Rachael Friedlander)
    -The wizard (Theron viloen)
    And of course Beth, portrayed by Teddy Seigel. I loved this play so much! I will go see the next one in February!

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