By Brian Sylvia
4 m, 5 w, 8 flexible
(some doubling possible)
Script: 47 pages. About 90 minutes.
This stage adaptation of Frank Baum’s original story is perfect for churches and Christian schools. Dorothy, a teenager in Kansas, just isn’t interested in church anymore. In fact, she’s trying to determine what she really believes. Then in a dream, she finds she has been sent by God to a strange land, Oz, to be a missionary. Convinced she cannot accomplish the task, she is encouraged by Glinda the Good to seek the assistance of the Great Missionary in the Emerald City. On the way, she encounters three familiar characters who are also failed missionaries because of their doubts: the Scarecrow because he felt he wasn’t smart enough, the Tin Man because he wasn’t loving enough, and the Cowardly Lion because he wasn’t brave enough. However, as they share Christ with Evillene, the wicked witch, Dorothy realizes her own need for Christ. In the end, they find that the answer was in God’s Word {2 Timothy 1:7} all along: “For God has not given us the spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”
#1517 The Missionary of Oz

”We used this play as a Christmas play because of the you have to have a heart a brain and the courage to tell people about Christ. The audience loved it! They loved the costumes. The children totally enjoyed it as well as the adults.” M.J.H., Esta Baptist Church, Charleston, WV

“Our church loved this drama. The author did an outstanding job with this script. I would love to find more just like it.” –P.C., Rejoice Church, Owasso, OK

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