Good Works Community Theater

The Good Works Community Theater will present “The Wizard of Oz” in March 2018!


In March 2018, we will travel over the rainbow to a magical kingdom filled with munchkins, flying monkeys, witches, and wizards. Join four unlikely friends as they set out to discover wisdom, compassion, courage, and the way home. And…. we need YOU to be a part of WCC’s Good Works Community Theater’s 12th Full Scale Musical Production— THE WIZARD OF OZ! All ages and stages welcome (from beginners to professionals), and behind the scenes help is desperately needed too.

There will be singing and non-singing parts, a Children’s & Youth/Adult Ensemble, and lots of fun character parts (Lollipop Guild anyone?)  Opportunities abound for ALL who wish to be involved in this amazing community event, open to members and non members of our church family (invite your neighbor!)

Auditions will be held on Monday & Tuesday, November 13 and 14.
Choose one of the nights (need not attend both).
•  Toto Auditions:  5:00 p.m.-5:45 p.m.
•   Children through 5th grade: 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
•   Youth and Adults: 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Production Dates
Production dates are Wednesday through Sunday, March 14-18
(6 performances, and leading in 2 Worship Services on March 18).
Rehearsals begin on Monday, January 2, 2018.

For more information contact Autumn Toussaint at

 What is the Good Works Community Theater?
The purpose of the Good Works Community Theater is its middle name – Community! Our mission is to connect not only its cast and crew, but also the general public, the universal Church and the community of artists to each other and to God. Our goal in each production is to develop and nurture relationships and a sense of community and family with those involved in the production and with the audience.

About Good Works Community Theater
Anyone with an interest in community theater can be a part of the musical productions, you need not be a member of Wazyata Community Church. We bring to life family-friendly stories with life lessons relevant to today. Newcomers and experienced performers will leave with a stronger sense of self-confidence and musical ability.

The Good Works in our name comes from the tradition of not charging any money to attend our productions. However, each show has a designated charity that we ask attendees to bring donations for, such as canned goods, personal hygiene items, etc.

Our Vision:

  • Inclusion
  • Connection
  • Respect
  • Professionalism
  • Education
  • Artistic Excellence

For more information about The Good Works Community Theater, contact Autumn Toussaint


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