Leave L. Frank Baum Alone!

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Really? So besides the early 1900s version that nobody really knows, and the "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" version, and the "Ease On Down The Road" version, we need yet another retelling? It would be one thing if theatre community hadn't seen Oz in awhile, but I hear that might not be true.

I also love the note on the Auditions page:
Free auditions will be held in each city where the musical is performed.
In other cities, auditions will be $59.95, and we'll try to sell you Amway products.

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When I was eleven my elementary/middle school did a show called Oz which was a musical. The munchkins (i.e. me) rapped. It was pretty pitiful. I hope this show is related to the one I did.

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