Central Square Children’s Theater presents The Wizard of Oz
The Central Square Children’s Theater workshop continued its tradition of providing area children with the opportunity to learn the ropes and experience the joys of live theater. Nineteen kids gathered for ten days of rehearsal, then took to the Lee Paulson stage at Central Square for a free public performance on Aug. 20.
The play was directed by Penny Haavig, with help from assistant director Bailey Myrin. Jaya Bergquist and KaSandra Bergquist were in charge of scenery and props, and Carson Lahr took on lights and sound. read entire story. . . .