The Wizard of Odd – Pantomime Wizard of Oz



pantomime wizard of oz

A modern day Dorothy living in London is transported to the land of Odd, where she meets the fabulous dame of the North and has to defeat the wicked witch of the west with the help of the brainless Scarecrow, Tin Man who lost his heart to the wicked witch and  the Lion who has lost his Mojo. This is to prevent the catastrophic events that the wicked witch has planned in which she will take over the rule of Odd, and do away with the Wiz, all with the help of the ruby slippers.  A fun filled musical version of the traditional movie, complete with Broadway Musical numbers that will get the cast and audience tapping their feet.

Performance History:

St. Dallan’s Primary School, Northern Ireland, 2016
Franklin Players – Roosevelt Park, South Africa, 2016
Berwick Amateur Theatre Society, Australia – 2016
Acting UP/Unexpected Places, United Kingdom – 2016
Spag Bol Productions – Ferny grove Primary, Australia – 2017
University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, United Kingdom – 2017
Creative Projects plus, Tasmania, Australia – 2017
The Matt Dann Theatre and Cinema , WA – Australia – 2019
Sprowston Parish Players Committee, Norfolk, UK – 2020

Photographs all from Spag Bol productions – Ferny Grove Primary School, Australia.

Read more about award winning author Claire Linda Demmer

Author: Claire Linda Demmer

Genre: Musical, Pantomime Wizard of Oz

Type:  Two-act full length musical play

Cast: 15-22 speaking characters with chorus, but many smaller parts may be doubled.

Ages of the actors: Child to adult any age

Suitable for: All ages, family show

Length 90 minutes

Set: There are three scenes – the house where Dorothy lives, the land of Odd and Emerald city.  Sets can be constructed inexpensively using screens on wheels and backdrops to allow ease of set changes.

Level of Difficulty:   7/10 – characterization.

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Copyright September 2013 Claire Demmer Off The Wall Play Publishers

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