ISBN: 978-1-60003-461-9
Type: One Act
Genres: Comedy, Classics
Themes: Shakespeare, Movies, Film & Television, Classic Adaptations
Duration: 30 minutes
Speaking Cast: 5 females, 6 males, 16 either (27 total cast)
Flexibility: doubling possible, gender flexible
SYNOPSIS: Movie producer Antonio Ravioli needs another movie fast. He hires director Jacqueline Quiche and writer Helga Schnitzel to come up with a movie in a week. The film is “The Wizard of Weird” and it takes place while Dorothy and Toto are trying to make their way to the Emerald City to see the Wizard. But the story is wrong from the beginning. Instead of the usual Oz characters, Dorothy and her talking dog, Toto, take a wrong turn on the Yellow Brick Road and meet characters from Shakespeare, such as Romeo and Juliet, Nick Bottom, Caliban, Hamlet, Macbeth, Banquo, and others. Even the Bard himself makes an appearance. A very funny combination of Shakespeare, L. Frank Baum and Hollywood.
Live Theatre Workshop
Tucson, AZ
Lake Washington Girls Middle School (Seattle, WA,
Seattle, WA
Sullivan Heights Middle School Dramatic Huskies
Kingsport, TN
Coppell Middle School North
Coppell, TX
Cedar Bluff Middle School
Knoxville, TN
Carey Junior High School
Cheyenne, WY
"We very much enjoyed presenting this play. The play was well received by the audience and the cast enjoyed the characters. The play is very appropriately funny if the characters pull off their roles well."
By Jodi Crumrine - Bluestem High School
Bluestem High School
Bluestem High School, Bluestem High School
Bluestem High School, Bluestem High School
by Burton Bumgarner, Bluestem High School (KS)
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