Time Again in Oz
Time Again in Oz is a spellbinding voyage to the magical world created by L. Frank Baum. From its dramatic shipwreck beginning, to Dorothy and her aging invalid Uncle Henry’s encounters with Ozma of oz, Roquat the Gnome King, an army on roller skates and a time twisting Tic-Toc man, this fantastic adventure explores our relationship to time and each other.
L. Frank Baum, Author
Suzan Zeder, Playwright
Richard Gray, Composer
83 pgs. 10 actors
Originally produced by Seattle Children's Theatre in 1999-00
Run Time: 90 minutes
Audience Recommendation: 6+
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“Though the quest-like structure of the storyline is straightforward, Time Again in Oz is a thoughtful show, bringing up such issues as the passage of time and getting older. It asks intriguing questions: Would you stop time if you could? Could there ever be a meaningful arc to our lives without change?” –Fresno Beehive
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Photo credit: Mark Anders, Allen Galli, and Beth DeVries. Photo by Chris Bennion.
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