The Wizard of Oz coming to Alberni

Portal Players Dramatic Society presents a beloved family-friendly musical, The Wizard of Oz, next February and March

Portal Players Dramatic Society presents a beloved family-friendly musical, The Wizard of Oz, as part of their 2013-14 season next February and March.

Dorothy and the entire cast of Oz characters will appear on stage at The Capitol Theatre next year, starting  Feb. 21. A stunning set and costumes are just two of the elements that will engage audience members of all ages.

Another outstanding cast of local actors and singers has been assembled for this production, including some new faces to Port Alberni’s musical scene along with some well-known performers.

Directed by Elliot Drew and Denis Levasseur, performers include children and adults performing favourite numbers from The Wizard of Oz.

Tickets are available at the Capitol Theatre box office during regular hours, Monday through Thursday from 3–7 p.m., at the Rollin Art Centre or online at www.atthecapitol.org.

Advance tickets are $17 for ages 12 and under and $22 for adults. Tickets at the door will be $20 for ages 12 and under and $25 for adults.

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