CHARLES CITY — Dorothy, Toto and a cast of more than 100 are bringing the merry old land of Oz to the North Grand Auditorium.
Charles City’s Stony Point Players are putting on a summer musical, “The Wizard of Oz.” There will be three performances: 7 p.m. Saturday June 30, 2 p.m. Sunday July 1, and 7 p.m. Monday July 2.
Children’s tickets are $5. Adult tickets are $7.
Order reserved seat tickets online at showtix4u.com or by phone at 1-866-967-8617 between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Central Time. Remaining seats will be sold at the door.
Charles City High School teachers Michelle Grob and Derek Sturtevant are directing the musical.
Olivia Wolfe stars as Dorothy with Scarlett Woodard as Toto.
Dorothy’s trio of Oz friends are Ruby Peterson as Scarecrow, Jeff Kellogg as the Tinman, and Mike Lembke as the Cowardly Lion.
The corresponding farm hands from the real world are James Severin as Zeke, Stu Coulson as Hickory and Bill Wolfe as Hunk.
Sherri Niles stars as the Wicked Witch of the West. Her “real world” doppelgänger is Miss Gulch, played by Marcia DeVore.
Lynn Bauer is Glinda the Good Witch.
James Grob is Oz and Justin DeVore is Professor Marvel.
Aunt Em will be played by Yvonne Kisch and Uncle Henry by Chris Baldus. Henry’s alter ego in Oz is the Emerald City Guard played by Erik Gordon.
John Perez is the Winkie General.
Choreography is by Ashlyn Bauer and Amy Wolfe.
Ryan Wolfe is the stage manager.
The cast and crew include many more children as well as adults.