Oz in the News 10.19.12

The Ed Mirvish Theatre and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE WIZARD OF OZ Need Your Help To Build A Yellow Brick Road for Sick Kids  A spectacular Yellow Brick Road in the Yonge Street lobby of the Ed Mirvish Theatre will be built for the launch of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of THE WIZARD OF OZ all in support of The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids). “We are very grateful to the Ed Mirvish Theatre and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of THE WIZARD OF OZ for supporting SickKids.” says Paula Menzes, Director, Sponsorship and Cause Marketing at SickKids. “Partnerships like this help to raise critical funds for the hospital and allow us to continue to provide world-leading care for our young patients and their families.” Join others, and help build the Yellow Brick Road by contributing a brick. Dedicate your brick to a family member, a friend or even your pet dog. A suggestion donation of $20.00 CDN is requested with all proceeds in support of SickKids. Go to wizardofoztoronto.com for details to donate online. The Yellow Brick Road will be installed in the Yonge Street entrance of the Ed Mirvish Theatre (formerly the Canon Theatre) in December 2012.

Strictly Come Dancing 2012: James Bond, Wizard Of Oz & Toy Story – heres what the stars will be performing for Hollywood Week!  Strictly Come Dancing returns to our screens tomorrow night and fans can expect an evening of glitz and glamour. Having starred in a James Bond movie recently, Colin Salmon will go all 007 with a Tango to ‘Goldeneye’, while Dani Harmer will tap into her inner child for a Wizard Of Oz themed performance.

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