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My Witch: The Margaret Hamilton Stories

Hubbard Hall 25 East Main St., Cambridge

‘My Witch’ at Hubbard Hall presents the real Margaret Hamilton John Ahlin's new one-person play, starring Jean Tafler and directed by Al D'Andrea, introduces audiences to Margaret Hamilton, who famously portrayed the Wicked Witch of the West in the 1939 MGM musical of The Wizard of Oz.  Hubbard Hall, located on Main Street in Cambridge, New York, just west of Route 22, through November 14. For information and tickets, visit the Hubbard Hall website.

Christmas in Oz

Springhouse Inn 303 N. Mineral Springs Road, Porter

Come experience "Christmas in Oz." Experience all the sights, sounds, and smells of the Holiday Season. This event is an all-inclusive weekend brought to you by Wizard of Oz Days. Price covers meals, Oz programs & activities for two adults and up to three children plus two-night stay at the beautiful Springhouse Inn.


Wizard of Oz Educational Exhibit

Please Touch Museum Memorial Hall 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Please Touch Museum! The Wizard of Oz Educational Exhibit, a traveling exhibit based on the beloved movie classic, opens on Oct. 8 in Philadelphia. Visitors of all ages are invited to come along with Dorothy and Toto on a multi-sensory exploration of the Land of Oz.

Chicago: Where Comics Came to Life (1880-1960)

Chicago Cultural Center, Sidney Yates Gallery, 4th Floor North. 78 E. Washington St., Chicago

Chicago: Where Comics Came to Life (1880-1960) is an exhibit open to the public through Jan. 9. It includes a look at The Wizard of Oz, which was written, illustrated, both staged and filmed for the first time, and published in Chicago.