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Wizard of Oz Chicago tickets

Wizard of Oz Chicago tickets

Wizard of Oz Chicago Plot

When is the last time you went to a show that you could bring the whole family to? Something that would really hold both your attention and get your kids to lose some steam and calm down to take in some culture? Well why not choose to take them to a show that you know they'll enjoy? There are a lot of stories that are retold in the world, but not all of them deserve it. Thankfully, there are some stories that keep getting told because they've earned their place in the grand spectrum of our modern culture. One of the most important of these shows is The Wizard of Oz! Come see all of your favorite characters as they come to the stage, whether it's Dorothy Gale as she's still in Kansas with her dog Toto and her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, or whether she's already been transported to the wonderful land of Oz where her friends the Lion, the Tin Man, and more are waiting to quest with her down the Yellow Brick Road! You're going to love watching the special effects used for the stage to portray the horrible tornado that rips Dorothy's world apart as well as the hot air balloon that Dorothy uses to return to Kansas from Oz. If you've never seen this show outside of its adaptation as a movie, you're missing out! Even if you're not in the mood to see The Wizard of Oz this weekend, remember, StubHub gets you access to the hottest upcoming concerts, stage shows, and sporting events, so no matter what you choose to do this weekend, you can't go wrong grabbing a laptop with an internet connection and checking early and often to make sure you can get access for you and all of your friends to go see The Wizard of Oz this weekend! Get your tickets today!

Wizard of Oz Chicago Schedule

Are you planning on being in the Cadillac Palace Theatre when the curtains go up for you to see The Wizard of Oz? Well if you're going to be in one of the largest cities in the entire United States, why not take this opportunity to explore it a little? There are some amazing sights and sounds to be seen and heard in this bastion of civilization in the American Midwest. There's a reason Chicago has featured so prominently as the setting and backdrop to so many movies. The Windy City has plenty to offer you as far as distractions and entertainment are concerned, so why not spend some time exploring this vast metropolis? Are you feeling like reliving your favorite Ferris Bueller adventures? Then why not visit the Willis Tower and get a fantastic view of the entire metropolis while still living out your movie fantasies of being able to stand where Matthew Broderick did? Or maybe you're more in the mood to take in some art and culture, so why not get your tickets to visit the Art Institute of Chicago and see some of the greatest American works of art to have ever been created in this wonderful country? The Symphony Center is also around to provide you with that quick jolt of culture that you may be looking for. But don't' worry, there's plenty to do in the outdoors in the beautiful state of Illinois as well, so why not visit Millenium Park and see what a modern urban park can look like? Or if you want to try your luck at sailing, why not rent a boat at Lake Michigan?

Wizard of Oz Chicago Cast

On its original run, the show pulled together such amazing stage actors as Michael Crawford, Danielle Hope, Sophie Evans, Paul Keating, and more! Watch as Edward Baker-Duly, David Ganly, Hannah Waddingham, and Emily Tierney take to the stage and display their greatest talents as they act their hearts out to keep you believing that the Tin Man, the Lion, and Toto are all really there with you in the show!

Wizard of Oz Chicago Author

Though the current musical was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Harold Arlen, Herbert Stothart, E.Y. Harburg, and Tim Rice, the story itself was originally created as a book by L. Frank Baum in 1900 as "The Wonderful World of the Wizard of Oz". Though he had originally tried to get his start in the newspaper business, it was through his unique gift of storytelling that he was able to find a place in popular culture to be appreciated for his talents. Don't miss out on your chance to see this adaptation of the classic story when it's brought to the stage! Get your tickets today and see the show you'll be talking about with your friends for weeks to come!

Wizard of Oz Chicago Trivia

Q: When did the Wizard of Oz the musical open up for the stage?

A: 2011.

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