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‘Wizard of Oz’ comes to Coginchaug


After months of preparation and rehearsal, the cast and crew of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ took to the stage at Coginchaug Regional High School on April, 25, 26, and 27. Over 1,500 people saw the show, which was co-produced by the John Lyman Parents Association and PaperHouse Productions. The three casts collected 104 students from Durham and Middlefield to perform as Munchkins, Monkeys, Wizards, Witches, and all the other characters from the classic story.



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