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Wizard of a tale

Nathasha Adams leads the way through The Wiz as Dorothy with Mitchell Wager, as Tin Man, Joshua Holloway, as Scarecrow, and Nathaniel Leigh, as the Cowardly Lion, a production by Red Room Studios and Headliners School of Performing Arts. - Photo contributed
Nathasha Adams leads the way through The Wiz as Dorothy with Mitchell Wager, as Tin Man, Joshua Holloway, as Scarecrow, and Nathaniel Leigh, as the Cowardly Lion, a production by Red Room Studios and Headliners School of Performing Arts.
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Nathasha Adams leads the way through The Wiz as Dorothy with Mitchell Wager, as Tin Man, Joshua Holloway, as Scarecrow, and Nathaniel Leigh, as the Cowardly Lion, a production by Red Room Studios and Headliners School of Performing Arts.

Twenty-four teen actors perform in The Wiz Jan. 13, 7:30 p.m., and Jan. 14, at 2 p.m., at Malaspina Theatre. Following that are 20 actors, age six to 11 years, performing in Charlotte’s Web Jan. 14, 7:30 p.m., and Jan. 15, at 2 p.m. Tickets $10/advance; $12/door. Please call 250-753-2323.

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