Growing tired of her life in Kansas, Dorothy and her little dog Toto discover a new adventure in the wonderful and magical Land of Oz after a cyclone swoops them “somewhere over the rainbow.” While following the yellow brick road to the Emerald City, Dorothy meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion, who quickly become her new friends. Together, they overcome their fears of witches, flying monkeys, and a haunted forest to learn if the Wizard can make their dreams come true.

Charlotte Martin Theatre

Age Recommendation
For Ages 5+

Running Time
Approx. 45 minutes with no intermission


This production has past.

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Cast / Creative

Nicholas Japaul Bernard


Roz Cornejo

Wicked Witch of the West/Wizard of Oz

Jerik Fernandez

Uncle Henry/Cowardly Lion

Annelih Hamilton

Aunt Em/Locasta, Good Witch of the North

Chad Kelderman

Tin Woodman

Marena Kleinpeter


Dedra D. Woods

King of the Winged Monkeys/Glinda, Good Witch of the South/Hungry Wildcat

Gloria Alcalá


Avery Clark


Bethanie Willis


Ian Bartlett

Munchkin/Flying Monkey

Zella (El) Davidson

Munchkin/Hungry Wildkitten/Flying Monkey

Reagan Nino

Guardian of the Gates/Flying Monkey

Ariadne Taw

Munchkin/Flying Monkey

Penelope Tobin

Munchkin/Flying Monkey

Audrey Conner

Guardian of the Gates/Flying Monkey

Emberly Hoke

Munchkin/Flying Monkey

Fiona Hurley

Munchkin/Flying Monkey

Lillian Morris

Munchkin/Flying Monkey

Tabitha Murphy Madden

Munchkin/Hungry Wildkitten/Flying Monkey

Production Team

Jéhan Òsanyìn Director

Jacqueline E. Lawton Playwright

Alice Gosti Choreographer

Julia Hayes Welch Scenic Designer

Taya Pyne Costume Designer

Adem Hayyu Lighting Designer

Erin Bednarz Sound Designer

Geoffrey Alm Fight Director

Kafi Masika Modest Roberts Wig & Hair Designer

Natalie Shih Costume Design Assistant

Meredith Keister Makeup Artist

Jamie J. Kranz Stage Manager

Quinn Chase Assistant Stage Manager

P. Aldya Sorm Production Assistant

Amy Jurkiewicz Youth Cast Supervisor

Lillia Nelson Swing Youth Cast Supervisor

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Join WashMasks Mutual Aid and Seattle Children's Theatre's efforts in showing up in solidarity for Washington's farmworkers. As temperatures rise in Washington, so does the risk of heat stress exposure-- help protect those who feed us via the Heat Stress Prevention Donation Drive. Bring an item to help reduce heat stress and receive a gift from SCT's concession stand. 


What can you bring?

•  Long-sleeve cotton t-shirts

•  Sunhats (baseball hats or straw)

•  Cooling neck bands

•  Protective eyewear (sunglasses or clear lenses)


Mission Statement 

WashMasks Mutual Aid works with communities to provide care, creative joy, and community to Washington farmworkers, their families, and other BIPOC rural communities. We believe farmworkers and rural communities deserve safety, equity, and dignity. 


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Theatre @ The Garden


Date: May 13th, 2023 

Time: 9:30am – 12:30pm 

Location: 1745 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144  

This event made possible by City of Seattle: Office of Arts & Culture and Parks & Recreation. 

Join Seattle Children’s Theatre and the Seattle PlayGarden for Theatre @ The Garden, a day of celebrating arts, artists, and imagination. We’ll have family-fun activities, have an interactive story drama experience, an art exhibition titled, "There's No Place Like Home" showcasing art made by local artists with disabilities, and a special spotlight performance from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz   

As a special guest at our celebration, WashMasks Mutual Aid Fund will be in attendance collecting items for a Heat Stress Prevention Donation Drive. Bring an item (see the list above) in solidarity to Washington's farmworkers to help reduce heat stress.  

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Camp

May 20, 2023 
Spend the day basking in the classic story of The Wizard of Oz and ignite your student's imagination through this fantastical camp. Explore themes of friendship, overcoming fear, and following your dreams as students get on their feet and explore themes of this classic story. Students will attend SCT's production of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and dive into Dorothy's world through games, theatre techniques, and storytelling.

More information here