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The Wizard of Oz

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Glinda (Georgia Allen) the good witch confronts the Wicked Witch of the West (Sadie Gann) during a scene from “The Wizard of Oz” held at the Highland Center for the Arts, May 16 through May 18.
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Dorothy (Grace Cloutier) sings “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” in the Hazen Union Drama Club production of “The Wizard of Oz” held May 16 through May 18 at the Highland Center for the Arts.
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The singing trees including (from left) Piper Hall, Ursa Goldenrose, Lucian Berry and Will Helms, get ready to throw their apples at the Tinman during a scene from “The Wizard of Oz” presented by the Hazen Union Drama Club last week at the Highland Center for the Arts.
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Dorothy (Grace Cloutier) and her dog Toto (Grizzly Potter) are welcomed to Oz by the Munchkins (from left) Elfi Goldenrose, Madeline Crank, Riley Chapin (in back with hat), Luzsa Hadik-Barkoczy and Julius Lebow, during the Hazen Union Drama Club musical of “The Wizard of Oz” held at the Highland Center for the Arts May 16 through May 18.
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The guard, Ira Karp (left), at the gates of the Emerald City turns Dorothy (Grace Cloutier), the Scarecrow (Ethan Gann) and the Lion (Chloe Gann) away during “The Wizard of Oz” performed by the Hazen Union Drama Club three days last week at the Highland Center for the Arts.
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Munchkins (from left) Cami Densmore, Jayce Gann and Emmett Gordon rejoice that the wicked witch is dead while singing in “The Wizard of Oz” presented by the Hazen Union Drama Club Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
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Wizard of Oz characters (from left) Dorothy (Grace Cloutier), Lion (Chloe Cloutier) and Scarecrow (Ethan Gann) dance until they can’t anymore, as the Jitterbugs (in back, from left) Juniper Book, Piper Hall, Kassidy Gann and Ursa Goldenrose keep dancing. The play was performed by the Hazen Union Drama Club, May 16 through May 18, at the Highland Center for the Arts.

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