Wizard of Oz

Jr. Theatre

Based on the story by L. Frank Baum

Directed by Brice O'Neal with Student Directors Tessa Hanrath, Ian Weintraub, and Tate Zeleznik

February 28, 29, & March 01, 2019

Friday at 7:30 PM | Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 PM & 3:30 PM

Scarlett Middle School Auditorium

An updated take on the classic story of four friends on a quest to have their wishes granted. The Wizard of Oz lets the audience encounter favorite characters like the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, Glinda, and more!

Cast:

Dorothy:

Megan McClintock

Toto:

Poppy Magee

Scarecrow:

Greta Chappell-Lakin

Tin Man:

Elsa Weber

Cowardly Lion Sister:

Lily Stewart

Cowardly Lion Sister:

Stella Bird

Wicked Witch of the West:

Lana Smith

Glinda the Good Witch:

Lily Whitcomb

The Witch of the South:

Alicia Dyer

The Wizard of Oz:

Annie Ziegler

Radio Announcers:

Ellie Westhoff

Evie Whitcomb

Auntie Em:

Anneliese Johnson

Uncle Henry:

Jonah Hutchinson

Mayor of Munchkinland:

Svea Von Der Lieth

Doorkeeper:

Jacob Wing

Featured Dancers:

Ellie Rowe

Astrid Becker

Allison Stoeffler

Mimi Barnes


Munchkinland & Emerald City Ensemble

Coroner Munchkins/Emerald City Residents:

Grayson Gessert

Sydney Sharkey

Munchkin/Emerald City Resident:

Annie Pinsky

Mira Carlson

Kailah Sanderson

Sadie Bohnsack

Isla Carlson

Walker Ledbetter

Anna Palacios

Rosie Meisler

Sadie Meisler

Fiona Ziegler

Rapping Apple Tree Ensemble:

Aspen Fields

Ainsley Maddock

Annika Maddock


Wicked Witch Ensemble

Flying Monkeys:

Joseph Rosales

Kat Nachtrab

Mari Sano

Jack Miller

Captain of the Winkie Guard:

Gabriel Semrau

Winkie Guards:

Claire Chivens

Alex Anderson-Luna

Elise Detgen

Alex Enrique-Shakespeare

Bees:

Brennan Montiy

Keaton Overholser

Madrona Spaly

Lucas Webb

Staff:

Director: Brice O'Neal with Tessa Hanrath, Ian Weintraub, and Tate Zeleznik

Production Manager: Todd Maddock

This is a Technical Theatre Troupe production!

A2CT Jr. Theatre program is a great introduction to live theatre for children ages 4 and up. Young actors audition, rehearse, and perform together. Each performance is a fun time for families and audiences of all ages.