Festival Musical(s)
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Friday Jul 25
7:30 pWizard of Oz
Saturday Jul 26
7:30 pWizard of Oz
Tuesday Jul 29
6:00 pMemories In Black & White
Wednesday Jul 30
10:00 aPre-Code Betty
5:00 pDuke Ellington
7:30 pCotton Club Stomp
Thursday Jul 31
10:00 aGold Diggers of 1933
1:00 pLouis Armstrong
2:00 pSwing That Music
5:00 pHarold Arlen
8:00 pBeyond The Rainbow
Friday Aug 1
10:00 aShall We Dance
1:00 pDorothy Fields
2:00 pSunny Side of the Street
5:00 pLerner & Loewe
7:30 pBrigadoon
Saturday Aug 2
2:00 pWizard of Oz
5:00 pHarry Warren
8:00 pWe're in The Money
Sunday Aug 3
2:00 pBrigadoon
Tuesday Aug 5
10:00 aRebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
8:00 pUnsaturated Fats
Wednesday Aug 6
10:00 aThe Grapes of Wrath
5:00 pThe Crooners
8:00 pBing to Bobby Sox
Thursday Aug 7
10:00 aCasablanca
1:00 pHoagy Carmichael
2:00 pStar Dust
7:30 pBrigadoon
Friday Aug 8
10:00 aStage Door Canteen
2:00 pFingerbuster
5:00 pAmerican Reds
7:30 pWizard of Oz
Saturday Aug 9
10:00 aTo Have and Have Not
2:00 pBrother, Can You Spare A Dime
7:30 pStage Door Canteen
Sunday Aug 10
2:00 pWizard of Oz
Friday Aug 15
7:30 pBrigadoon
Saturday Aug 16
7:30 pBrigadoon
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The Wizard of Oz
(Arlen & Harburg, 1939)
Sat Aug 2, 2:00-4:30 pm
Silva Concert Hall, Hult Center
LibertyBank
OFAM 2008 Title Sponsor
The Eye Center
Shedd Institute Presenting Sponsor
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  • Description
  • Personnel
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L Frank Baum’s beloved 1900 children’s tale, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, was hardly news to Depression-era America: a hugely successful 1903 stage production had achieved the longest Broadway run of the 1910s and toured the country for 8 years thereafter, and several silent Oz films were made between 1908-33. But when M-G-M premiered its own version of the tale 79 years ago this month at the Strand Theatre in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, the impact on the American psyche was staggering and permanent.
The Shedd Institute is proud to present an all-new production of the Royal Shakespeare Co’s 1988 stage adaptation of this legendary motion picture, which follows the original screenplay almost word for word and retains all of the great Yip Harburg/Harold Arlen songs; and a fresh new look you won't want to miss! This year's production stars fresh new faces, Sophie Mitchell, as Dorothy and Siri Vik as the Good Witch, and OFAM favorites Bill Hulings, Chip Sherman, Mark Huizenga, Suzanne Bunker and Patrick Torelle as the Scarecrow, Tin Man, Lion, Wicked Witch and Wizard, and Sandy Naishtat as the Gatekeeper of Oz. Kirk Boyd directs, with music direction by Vicki Brabham, choreography by Richard Jessup, sets by Jerry Hooker and costumes by Mary Mikkelson.
Event Personnel
Creative Team
Vicki Brabham, music director and conductor
Richard H. Jessup, choreographer
Jerry Hooker, scenic designer
Mary Mikkelsen, costume design
Kelly Baum, lighting design
Laura Sue Hiszczynskyj, assistant choreographer
Cast
Mark Huisenga, Zeke / Cowardly Lion
Bill Hulings, Hunk / The Scarecrow
Sophie Mitchell, Dorothy Gale
Patrick Torelle, The Wizard
Siri Vik, Aunt Em / Glinda, The Good Witch of the North
Female Ensemble
Male Ensemble
Scenes & Musical Numbers
ACT I
 Over The Rainbow
(1939) The Wizard Of Oz Yip Harburg (w) Harold Arlen (m)
ACT II


Ticket/Venue Info
The Wizard of Oz Ticket Prices
Seat
Level
Full
Price
Discount Prices
15%20%25%Stud.
AA48.00  41.00  38.50  36.00  24.00 
A38.00  32.50  30.50  28.50  19.00 
B28.00  24.00  22.50  21.00  14.00 
C20.00  17.00  16.00  15.00  10.00 
Silva Concert Hall
Hult Center for the Performing Arts
One Eugene Center
Eugene, Oregon
541-682-5000
LibertyBank
OFAM 2008 Title Sponsor
The Eye Center
Shedd Institute Presenting Sponsor