The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Episode 4: The Magic Art of Oz

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Episode 4

The Wizard is true to his word and he grants each of the company of friends their hearts desire. However, as Dorothy prepares to leave—Toto is missing and the Wizard is unable to delay the balloon’s launch. And so, the group of friends set out yet again across the marvelous land of Oz, meeting the Porcelain Princess and the obnoxious Hammer Heads, as they seek Glinda the Good to help Dorothy find another way home.



  • Narrator/L. Frank Baum: Mike Brainard
  • Dorothy: Ellise Chase
  • Toto: Josh Burkeholder
  • Scarecrow: PJ Ochlan
  • Tin Woodman: John Pierce Kraft
  • Cowardly Lion: Franc Ross
  • Oz, all parts: Jeff Hays
  • Guardian Gruph and Tiger One: Brandon Wentz
  • Omby Amby and Hungry Tiger: Leraldo Anzaldua
  • Jellia Jamb and Lyrix: Annie Ellicot
  • Winged Monkey Leader, Wolf Two, and Hammer Head Three: Nathan Erdel
  • Winged Monkey One, King Crow, and Hammer Head One: Eric Shelley
  • Winged Monkey Two, Crow Two, and Hammer Head Leader: Thomas Tiggleman
  • Winged Monkey Three, Wolf Three, and Hammer Head Two: Zach Johnson
  • Hammer Head Four: Andrea Emmes
  • China Milkmaid and Fox Two: Sheryl Doades
  • China Princess, Fox One, and Beatrix: Megan Massie
  • Spider Monster: Steve Scott
  • Glinda: Greta Lind
  • Aunt Em: Kate Braun
  • Uncle Henry: Roy Sillings
  • Loop Group: Eric Bolstridge, Bonnie Bogovich, Eric Doades, and Michelle Wafford

All other parts portrayed by the loop group and members of the cast.



  • Soundbooth Theater Executive Producer: Jeff Hays
  • Starrynight Productions Executive Producer: Russell McGee
  • WFIU Executive Producer: John Bailey
  • Director: Russell McGee
  • Producer: Michael Brainard, Emily McGee, and Andrea Emmes
  • Scriptwriter: Russell McGee
  • Script Editor: Nicholas Krohn
  • Dramaturg and Dialect Coach: John Kraft
  • Sound Design: Chancellor Edmaiston
  • Composer: Ryan Chase
  • Music Assistant: Francis Criscione

Produced by Soundbooth Theater and Starrynight Productions on behalf of WFIU Public Radio.

This production was made possible in part by the generous support of Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations.


© 1900 L. Frank Baum ℗ 2023 Soundbooth Theater and Starrynight Productions


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