Where’s Amy: The Wizard of Oz

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“Where’s Amy?” … The Broadway US Tour of “The Wizard of Oz” blew into town and I had the opportunity to hang out with some amazing cast members for an ‘exclusive photo shoot’ for Current. I loved spending time with the talented Morgan Reynolds (Scarecrow), Jay McGill (Tin Man) and Aaron Fried (The Cowardly Lion). They were too much fun and loved hamming it up for the camera. It’s safe to say these boys are now fans of Current. Butler Mascot Blue III even stopped by for a few quick poses in hopes to boot Toto out of a job. Current Columnist and Channel 8 host Dick Wolfsie and RTV6’s Beth Vaughn also stopped by for an interview on the set at Clowes Memorial Hall located on the Butler University campus. The show is truly spectacular with stunning and electrifying special effects that are mind blowing. There is additional music from award winning Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Weber which includes ‘Already Home’, ’Nobody Understands Me’ and of course the beloved ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’. The show earned well deserved standing ovations and the audience loved the magical experience. If you missed Broadway Across America Indianapolis’s  “The Wizard of Oz” be sure to check out “Once” coming in February and the family friendly “Newsies” in March. Yep, I can’t wait to bring more ‘exclusive behind the scenes and photos’ for Current. See you there and your little dog too!

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Where’s Amy: The Wizard of Oz

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“Where’s Amy?” … The Broadway US Tour of “The Wizard of Oz” blew into town and I had the opportunity to hang out with some amazing cast members for an ‘exclusive photo shoot’ for Current. I loved spending time with the talented Morgan Reynolds (Scarecrow), Jay McGill (Tin Man) and Aaron Fried (The Cowardly Lion). They were too much fun and loved hamming it up for the camera. It’s safe to say these boys are now fans of Current. Butler Mascot Blue III even stopped by for a few quick poses in hopes to boot Toto out of a job. Current Columnist and Channel 8 host Dick Wolfsie and RTV6’s Beth Vaughn also stopped by for an interview on the set at Clowes Memorial Hall located on the Butler University campus. The show is truly spectacular with stunning and electrifying special effects that are mind blowing. There is additional music from award winning Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Weber which includes ‘Already Home’, ’Nobody Understands Me’ and of course the beloved ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’. The show earned well deserved standing ovations and the audience loved the magical experience. If you missed Broadway Across America Indianapolis’s  “The Wizard of Oz” be sure to check out “Once” coming in February and the family friendly “Newsies” in March. Yep, I can’t wait to bring more ‘exclusive behind the scenes and photos’ for Current. See you there and your little dog too!

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