Participants of CATCO’s Education Class, Saturday Morning Musicals, created and are performing their adaptation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Their adaptation follows Dorothy and her younger brother Derrick who is inspired by the story and fantasy of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and set out on a fun dreamland journey only to discover the power of empathy.


Beginning October 8, 2021, CATCO is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccinations OR proof of a negative PCR test within 72-hours of attending a production for all patrons 12 years of age and older. We will additionally require mask-wearing indoors at our theater for all audience members and staff until further notice.

Saturday, April 9, 2022, 2 pm, 3:30 pm, and 5 pm

All tickets: $10.50

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Dorothy Caitlin Young
Derrick, Dorothy’s Brother Holden Adler
Line, EviLina Freya “Alex” Wilford
Leon, Lion, Radio Announcer Maxwell Hatcher
Jewel, Diamond Woman Charlotte Koeneman
Bobby, Robot Henry Rockwell
Linda, Glenda, Munchkin Doctor Ella Kinsinger
Jonah, Engineer Jones Nina Spradlin
Kingsley, King Plastic, Munchkin #2, Flurkie Zion Leviner
Princesa, Princess Plastic, Munchkin #1, Emerald City Resident #1 Amber Young
Ozwald, Oz, Munchkin #3, Plastic Person #1 Annie Palmer
Munchkin Mayor, Plastic Person #2, Emerald City Resident #2 Maddie Meehan