Journey Theater presents The Wizard of Oz

The story of Dorothy traveling to the Land of Oz will be told by Journey Theater’s performance of the Wizard of Oz, with six shows, starting with opening night on Friday, Dec. 8.
The story of Dorothy traveling to the Land of Oz will be told by Journey Theater’s performance of the Wizard of Oz, with six shows, starting with opening night on Friday, Dec. 8.

Opening night is Friday, Dec. 8 at Washougal High School

Ever have a feeling you’re not in Kansas anymore?

Follow the journey of Dorothy Gale in Journey’s production of The Wizard of Oz.

Journey Theater presents a delightful stage adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s beloved tale, featuring the iconic music from the MGM film.

Kenna Jenkins is Dorothy in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Kenna Jenkins is Dorothy in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Tyson Miller is Scarecrow in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Tyson Miller is Scarecrow in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Bailey McIlroy Wicked Witch in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Bailey McIlroy Wicked Witch in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Trevin Miller is Tinman in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Trevin Miller is Tinman in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Noah Fant is Lion in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater
Noah Fant is Lion in Journey Theater’s production of the Wizard of Oz. Photo courtesy Journey Theater

The timeless tale, in which Dorothy travels from Kansas over the rainbow to the magical Land of Oz, will be an entertaining addition to your family’s holiday events.

Opening night is 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 8 at Washougal High School. There are two shows on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Then three more shows the following week, one on Friday, Dec. 15, and two on Saturday, Dec. 16. 

The 2 p.m. Dec. 9 show also has American Sign Language interpretation.

Tickets are on sale now at  journeytheater.org or by calling 360-750-8550. Adult tickets are $18. Youth and senior citizen tickets are $15. Tickets cost $2 more at the door.

Journey Theater is a Jesus-centered nonprofit theater arts program that exists to grow youth and families in character and purpose to be difference-makers in their world. Journey has been serving Clark County since 2002.


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