Local performers to appear in Actors’ Conservatory Theatre’s ‘The Wizard of Oz, Young Performers Edition’ at Ocean Air School

(Above) Some of the local performers in “The Wizard of Oz, Young Performers Edition.”

The award-winning Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT- San Diego) continues its season with the beloved family musical adventure, “The Wizard of Oz, Young Performers Edition” on March 8-10 at Ocean Air Elementary School. Fly over the rainbow with Dorothy as she rides a twister into the merry and troubled Land of Oz and learns that no matter how far our journeys take us – there’s no place like home.

Director and choreographer Becky Cherlin Baird has assembled an outstanding cast of talented young performers.  The Wizard of Oz, Young Performers Edition includes all the beloved songs from the MGM motion picture and is presented in a shortened adaptation specially designed for elementary and middle school age children. This stage adaption is written by L. Frank Baum with music and lyrics by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg.

Ocean Air School is located at 11444 Canter Heights Dr., San Diego, 92130.

Showtimes: March 8: 7:30 p.m.; March 9: 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.; March 10: 2 p.m.

Cost:  VIP (1st row seating) $20; General Admission: $15.

Tickets may be purchased at www.actsandiego.com or by calling (858) 777-9899.

This version of the Tony award winning musical will feature several of San Diego’s most talented up-and-coming young performers —  several that live in the Carmel Valley/Del Mar/Solana Beach area:

Joshua Alper, Sarah bear, Marc berger, Toby Calhoun, Wyatt Chapman, Tyden Chinowsky, Sammi Dorfan, Emma Green, Katelyn Katz, Lincoln Katz, Grace Laliotis, Reagan Loew, Sophie Maretz, Tess Maretz, Isabella Martini, Lily Mcneely, Irelyn Mulvaney, Peighton Mulvaney, Cole Parker, Paige Parker, Alexandra Pisareva, Julia Price, Emma Spencer, Hershey Suri, Caitlin Tresse,
Mo Vanderweil and Anna Ybarro.

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  3. Carmel Valley students to perform in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ at SD Civic Theatre
  4. Young performers learn importance of off-stage roles
  5. Young performers wanted to audition for North Coast Rep’s ‘The Comedy of Errors’

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