- Two tickets to The Wizard of Oz with two snacks and two drinks
- When: Thursday, March 20–Saturday, March 22 at 7 p.m.
- Where: Watchung Hills Performing Arts Center
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $15 for balcony section (up to $27 value)
- $15 for rear orchestra (up to $37 value)
The Wizard of Oz
Script & Cue—the co-curricular student theater group that has brought drama, comedy, and pride to Watchung Hills Regional High School since 1957—invites audiences to return to the magical world of Oz. After a tornado transports her to a land of Technicolor munchkins, diametrically opposed witches, and flashy foot fashions, Dorothy and her pup Toto seek the wisdom of the country’s Wizard-in-Chief. Along the way, the duo connects with a familiar cast: the Tin Man who wants a heart, the Scarecrow who seeks a brain, and the Cowardly Lion who’s on a quest for courage. The tuneful multi-species quintet learns the true meaning of adventure, friendship, and hydrophobia through new songs not found in the movie.
Enlisting the talents of Watchung Hill’s finest young thespians and singers, this spring musical production advances Script & Cue’s mission of cultivating an interdisciplinary appreciation of the arts. The show’s melodies blossom under the musical direction of choir teacher and former Carnegie Hall performer Angela DiIorio, and sets designed by artistic director Douglas Eaton burst with vibrant color. The whole spectacle unfolds inside Watchtung Hills Performing Arts Center’s 957-seat space, where a state-of-the-art soundsystem ensures that spectators won’t miss a single note of the Tin Man’s traditional electric-guitar solo.