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The Liberty Theatre

​​"Our mission is to cultivate the arts in Coos County"

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Oregon Cultural Trust

​​​...home of Little Theatre On the Bay since 1959

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Dorothy Meets Alice and Big Bad

​February 10th – 26th
Directed by Joe Vos and Julianna Seldon

​Dorothy Meets Alice is a new play version of the delightful meeting of two of literature's most famous young ladies unfolds when a young man puts off a book report till the last minute, then suddenly finds himself in a strange place somewhere between Oz and Wonderland. It then becomes his responsibility to unscramble the stories and steer the familiar characters—the Cowardly Lion, the Mad Hatter, the Scarecrow and the White Rabbit, among others—to their ultimate destinations while avoiding the Wicked Witch and the Red Queen. This hilarious, adventuresome romp is filled with laughter and surprises at every turn. And a couple of lessons emerge along the way as well.

                                                                       
In Big Bad is the Wolf a villain or victim? The Three Pigs: innocent or at fault? The Jurors, Miss Muffet, Bo Peep, Cinderella and Humpty-Dumpty, are they solid citizens or characters with a past? Is justice on his side—or does he have a secret to hide? The answers to these profound questions and even more are revealed once and for all in this rollicking, fun-filled, action-packed trial-of-the-century. This adventurous play examines the guilt, or innocence, of the accused from different points of view and comes up with a surprising, yet eminently satisfying, conclusion in which no one escapes unscathed. And, as a bonus, a lesson or two is learned along the way.