‘Wizard’ Finishes Summer Palace Run

PULLMAN, Wash. — Pullman Summer Palace’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” continues
Thursday through Saturday, July 29-31, to complete the 1999 season on the Washington State
University campus.
A cast of more than 40 munchkins, flying monkeys and Winkies brings the classic fairytale,
now celebrating its 100th anniversary, to Daggy Hall’s R.R. Jones Theatre stage each evening at
8 p.m.
Melissa Mason has the role of Dorothy, while Scott Tuton plays the Wizard. Other cast
members include LaTrisha Anderson (Lion), Patrick Braillard (Scarecrow), Annie DiMartino
(Wicked Witch), J.J. McLallen (Tin Man), Garrett Neergaard (Uncle Henry and Guard), Allison
Ormiston (Aunt Em and Glinda) and David Sampson (Toto).
Among the community members in the production are Brian Baunan, Stacie Baylon, Kevin
Beebe, Nancy Beebe, Antonie Bodley, Katrina Burch, Nicholas Cassleman, Adam Fleck, Caleb
Fleck, Asti Marie Gallina, Christina Gooch, Jennifer Hammond, Siri Hammond, Jessica Heilsberg,
Xenia Huffman-Scott, Dave Hutton, Danielle Ivory, Rachel Motteran, Lindsay Myron, Vicki
Myron, Brya Palmer, Pam Palmer, Teva Palmer, Marcus Peyou, Ted Powers, Garett Rose, Mary
Rose, Guy Smith, Rachel Swain, Kendra Telin, Kristin Telin, Joey Wolf, Laura Yasinitsky and
Victoria-Pearl Young.
The technical crew includes Brian Wright, technical director, and Jack Albrecht, Jon Carlson
and Courtney Dohnal.
Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $4 for students and youths, and can be reserved
by calling the University Theatre Box Office, 335-7236, between 1:30 and 4 p.m. daily. For special
requests and group discount information, call the box office.