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A runaway balloon, a giant purple cow, and talking pigs: uncover the origin of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Read the transcript here: https://hitthebricks.com/intermission


Christopher Dole — Oscar Diggs

Karim Kronfli — Mr. Smith

Josh Rubino — Professor Swyne, Barney

Marnie Warner — Mrs. Swyne

Benji Buckley — Pastoria

Emma Sherr-Ziarko — Mombi

Michael Hammer — Sherif Diggs

Ester Ellis — The Guardian

Townsfolk played by:

David Russell

Regular Pat


Peyton Stephens

Jordan Higgs — Jacoby

PJ Scott-Blankenship — Wallace

Keilidh Hamilton-Maureira — Lurline

and Michelle Agresti as Jessi

Intro music and “When the Circus Comes to Town” were arranged by David Russell, featuring songs by A.P. Harbor

Artwork by Chandler Candela

Dialogue clean up and editing done by Travis Reeves

Sound design by Ester Ellis

Written and directed by PJ Scott-Blankenship, based on the works of L. Frank Baum. 

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