Oz in the News 4.7.12

Quick change Kelly: Miss Osbourne slips into a whopping five outfits before dressing up as Wizard Of Oz’s Dorothy to host quirky awards show The 27-year-old was tasked with hosting the NewNowNext Awards in Hollywood, and it required some colour and quirkiness. Kelly took to the stage for a Wizard Of Oz themed performance with drag queens Jiggly Caliente, Sharon Needles and Milan. The star dressed as Dorothy, and showed off her legs in a blue and white gingham mini dress with a matching bow in her hair.

Jersey Jack Pinball, Inc. to Release First Game, The Wizard of Oz Pinball Machine  Jersey Jack Pinball, Inc. (JJP) will build 1,000 very special ‘Emerald City Limited Edition’ versions followed by a standard version Wizard of Oz Pinball Machine which the company expects to sell many thousands of worldwide. Since JJP began taking pre-orders shortly after they announced the title, by last July they were sold out of the Limited Edition games although a few games may be available through distributors.

The Witches of Oz Blu-ray Review

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Ballet Des Moines to stage ‘Wizard of Oz’  At a recent Ballet Des Moines rehearsal for “The Wizard of Oz,” it looked like the tornado struck early. Munchkins scurried about the East Village studio, and winged monkeys chatted with spooky trees. A vintage bike with a Toto-sized basket leaned against the wall. But when the music started, the scattered elements arranged themselves almost by magic into the story they’ll present twice Saturday at the Civic Center. The show involves more than 150 local dancers, with music performed by the Des Moines Community Orchestra. This year’s choreography was designed by the company’s artistic director, Serkan Usta, and ballet mistress, Lori Grooters. Volunteers built the sets and made many of the costumes. Usta bought the others during a trip to his native Turkey.

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