Spring Musical Follows the Yellow Brick Road

Spring Musical Follows the Yellow Brick Road

Jesuit High School’s Theatre Department returns to the Emerald City with an all-new staging of THE WIZARD OF OZ.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Alex L. Parks Performing Arts Center (PAC) this year, Jesuit High School Theatre Department co-directors Jeff Hall and Elaine Kloser decided to revisit THE WIZARD OF OZ, the story first told in the Marilyn Moyer Theatre in 1998 when the PAC opened.

Featuring the colorful characters and unforgettable music you know and love, this high-flying adventure proves once and for all that there is no place like home (or something close to it).

“We’ve got monkeys in flight, witches flying through the air, and Dorothy gets pulled up at one point in the tornado,” said Jeff Hall. “We were able to pull on some resources that we’ve gained over the 25-year history here.”

The show runs through this weekend, Thursday through Saturday (March 2-4) at 7:30 pm and Saturday and Sunday (March 4 and 5) at 2 pm.

All performances have sold out, but please join us in the Standby Line, which begins forming one hour prior to each sold out show.  We have been able to accommodate everyone in the Standby Line with unclaimed and added seating, so don’t give up on your chance to see THE WIZARD OF OZ!

If you had tickets for one of the weather-affected performances (February 23 and 24), you will be given priority in the Standby Line. For more information, please click here.

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