Seattle Lutheran High School Drama is thrilled to present the timeless classic, The Wizard of Oz!  Dorothy Gale is having issues: her dog bit her grouchy neighbor, her family doesn’t have time for her, and she just wants to go someplace where she won’t get into any trouble.  In the middle of a cyclone, she gets transported to the magical land of Oz, where she meets new friends, has some adventures, and learns the importance of home.  Come let our talented actors and live orchestra take you over the rainbow!



By L. Frank Baum

With Music and Lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg

Background Music by Herbert Stothart

Dance and Vocal Arrangements by Peter Howard

Orchestration by Larry Wilcox

Adapted by John Kane for the Royal Shakespeare Company

Based upon the Classic Motion Picture owned by Turner Entertainment Co. and distributed in all media by Warner Bros.


April 26th and 27th at 7:30pm

April 28th at 2:30pm


In the Menashe Gymnasium at Seattle Lutheran High School

4100 SW Genesee St. Seattle 98116



$10 Adults

$7 Students and Seniors

Children 6 and under are Free


THE WIZARD OF OZ is presented by arrangement with TAMS-WITMARK




Theater is a unique form of artistic expression requiring contributions from many different disciplines in order to create a polished product. Being part of an activity requiring this type of collaboration teaches responsibility and the importance of teamwork while allowing students to enhance their skills. At Seattle Lutheran, we feel strongly that all students, regardless of experience level, should have the opportunity to be a part of the production. It’s here where students can take part in the enriching world of theater.
In addition to an elective drama class, Seattle Lutheran offers an after-school drama club that produces two full-length productions each year in November and April. Students are involved in all aspects of producing the shows including, but not limited to, acting, stage management, set construction, scenic painting, props, costume design, and construction and lighting. Actors are given parts through an audition process; all levels of experience are welcome and appreciated. Productions in the last five years have included one-act and full length plays in a variety of styles, including Broadway musicals, Shakespearian comedies, 1940’s radio plays, monologues, and titles from famous play writes such as Neil Simon and Alfred Uhry.


If you are a current Saint who wants to register for Drama, please complete the registration form here.