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Sing-a-Long Wizard of Oz Coming to Milwaukee!

Jan. 11, 2010

Milwaukee's Skylight Opera Theatre is proud to announce its upcoming presentation of Sing-a-Long Wizard of Oz! This limited engagement event will take place February 19-20, 2010, at the Skylight's Broadway Theatre Center in the Historic Third Ward.


The Sing-a-Long Wizard of Oz will feature a pre-show Costume Contest. Patrons are invited to dress as their favorite character from the movie to participate! Prizes will be awarded to the audience favorites.


Then the Skylight's Associate Artistic Director Ray Jivoff will lead the crowd in an energizing "vocal warm-up" to get you ready to sing along with the 70th Anniversary edition of the classic Warner Brothers movie. This is an event that is sure to please adults and children alike - and will promise to be a memorable way to enjoy one of the world's favorite movie musicals!


Tickets are $25 and are available at the Broadway Theatre Center Box Office (414) 291-7800, or online at Group discounts available.


Skylight Opera Theatre strives to present the full spectrum of musical theatre to a wide and diverse audience, as well as exceptional, award-winning education programs to Milwaukee-area students. For more information, visit our website at


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