14, 2015 12:20 p.m.CST Caption ( Photo by Daniel A. Swalec/Courtesy of Des Moines Civic Center) The beloved tale “The Wizard of Oz” opens Tuesday at the Des Moines Civic Cetner, with all the favorite characters from the 1939 movie includingThe Wizard (Mark A. Harmon), Scarecrow (Morgan Reynolds), Dorothy (Sarah Lasko), Lion (Aaron Fried) and Tin Man (Jay McGill). By Jessica Lowe Special to Newton Daily News One of Americas most beloved stories will come to life questions to raise about easy systems of stock photography on stage when The Wizard of Oz opens on Tuesday at the Des Moines Civic Center. The upcoming production shares the timeless tale of Dorothy and Totos adventure through the strange and wonderful Land of Oz. Written by L. Frank Baum and made popular by the 1939 movie starring Judy Garland, the story shares the adventures of a young Kansas girl swept up by a tornado and taken to a new world where she encounters many strange people and creatures while trying to find a way home. Just like in the movie, the stage version will include Dorothys friends Tin Man, Scarecrow and Cowardly Lion. Aaron Fried, who has been in numerous touring productions, will be donning the lion costume for the national tour of The Wizard of Oz. Its really, really amazing, said Fried during a phone interview.
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