December 05, 2019 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Return to Oz at Dell'Arte 

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Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) attempts to capture Dorothy's face (Sara Kei Wegmüller).
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Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) with her pet chicken is not a happy teenager in Kansas
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Billina the Chicken (H. Veenadari Lakshika Jayakody) appears in the tornado.
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Billina the Chicken (H. Veenadari Lakshika Jayakody) finds Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) landing on top of her after the tornado as they land in Oz.
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Billina the Chicken (H. Veenadari Lakshika Jayakody) meets up with Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) in Oz after the tornado.
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Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) reunites with her old friend Scarecrow (Andrew Lupkes) in Oz.
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One of the Wheelers (Everson Ndlovu).
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The Wheelers (Everson Ndlovu and Hannah Shaka) surround Scarecrow (Andrew Lupkes).
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The Wheelers (Everson Ndlovu and Hannah Shaka) conspire with the Nome King (Joel Vining) on how to capture Dorothy, the Scarecrow and Billina.
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Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) is an evil schemer in the Oz power struggle.
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Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) attempts to capture Dorothy's face (Sara Kei Wegmüller).
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Scarecrow (Andrew Lupkes), Billina the Chicken (H. Veenadari Lakshika Jayakody) and Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) huddle in fear of Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault).
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The Lion cringes at the sight of Princess Langwidere.
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The Tin Man flinches at the sight of Princess Langwidere.
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The Nome King and Princess Langwidere discuss their political future and their prisoners the Lion and the Tin Man.
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Scarecrow (Andrew Lupkes), Billina the Chicken (H. Veenadari Lakshika Jayakody) and Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) huddle in fear of capture by Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) and the Wheelers.
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Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) contemplates Billina's egg to be used as source of power.
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Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) finds her source of power as she opens another egg.
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Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) regains the ruby slippers in a power struggle with The Nome King.
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Dorothy (Sara Kei Wegmüller) is offered the ruby slippers to allow her return to Kansas.
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Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault), with the support of Billina the Chicken (H. Veenadari Lakshika Jayakody), the Tin Man (Hannah Shaka) and Scarecrow (Andrew Lupkes), removes her "faces" and regains her self esteem. The prisoners turned into stone are released.
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In the end Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) removes her "faces" and regains her self esteem.
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Dorothy (Sara Kei Wemüller) in ruby slippers happily finds herself back in Kansas with Auntie Em (Hannah Shaka) and Uncle Henry (Everson Nduovu).
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Princess Langwidere (Marguerite Boissonnault) attempts to capture Dorothy's face (Sara Kei Wegmüller).

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