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The Carnegie And Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Join Together For "The Wizard Of Oz"

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  The Wizard of Oz? is coming to Covington. The movie premiered more than 75 years ago, and the story still delights today. Later this month, The Carnegie is presenting a lightly-staged production based on the classic MGM film. This will be the first production at The Carnegie to combine the work of the gallery, education and theatre departments.

Joining us for a preview are The Carnegie theatre director and ?The Wizard of Oz? choreographer Maggie Perrino; ?The Wizard of Oz? set designer, artist and educator Pam Kravetz; and Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Music Director J.R. Cassidy.

The Wizard of Oz, presented by The Carnegie and the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, runs Thursdays - Sundays, January 21 through 31. For more information and tickets, click here.