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Wizard of Oz play

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by badnelly, Feb 3, 2010.

  1. In the UK you'll need to contact a company called Musicscope.
    But be warned- they take aaaaages!!! (well they have the past couple of times I've used them)
  2. Why not use the Alfred Bradley Play script version and then add songs etc as you wish. You may have to pay seperate rights for certain songs though.
  3. Hi Henry.
    Have you tried that yourself?
  4. Henry's suggestion wouldn't be allowed. You will need to obtain full performing rights for the show before you can begin rehearsals. Good luck with your production!
  5. Is the Alfred Bradley acting edition any good?

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