The Builders Association presents an interactive, multimedia exploration and deconstruction of the 1939 classic 'The Wizard of Oz.' More…
Experience L. Frank Baum’s story live with augmented reality enhancing the experience. By holding a smartphone or tablet up to the stage, new layers of the show emerge and converge (like the tornado that whips Dorothy’s house away) in an augmented-reality app designed by the company specifically for the show. 'Elements of Oz' recreates the iconic film while dissecting its legacy. From 'Dark Side of the Moon' and 'Friends of Dorothy' to a virtual YouTube chorus singing Oz classics, 'Elements of Oz' digs into the legends behind the famous film, its longstanding greatness, and its many interpretations and tributes.
See it if you love the Wizard of Oz, technology or a good time. More a silly techno boosted documentary than a play. Enjoyable, fun, interesting event
Don't see it if technology fluxes you. You are expected to use your cell phone to add to the performance although you do not have to. There is a lot to see.
See it if Phenomenal reinvention and deconstruction of the Wizard of Oz as "lived" by so many. Clever use of multi actors and retellings and voices.
Don't see it if WO=onderful use of mixed media and digital devices and projections and layered characters. Would have liked more.
See it if you know and love the Wizard of OZ. Interesting movie facts pepper the show. Cleaver use of sound stage and video throughout. Worthwhile.
Don't see it if you are not a Wiz fan. Some political bias may be a turnoff for some. App usage, while well meaning and harmless, does not add much.
See it if you are a crazy about the movie the Wizard of Oz are interested in information about it and how it was made.
Don't see it if you like a show with a plot and a story rather than an informative recreation of the making of a beloved movie.
See it if 👠👠Such a fun Exposé on the making of the Wizard Of Oz . Part film making class, part insiderOz facts , Part multi media interactive.
Don't see it if If you don't like the Wizard of Oz, or are a film maker. Great for teens and urban tweens.
Also Don't forget your cell phone the interactive app is so much fun!🌈
See it if you are big fan of the film OR Builders Association and are interested in the backstage details of the filming of The Wizard of Oz.
Don't see it if you are expecting anything more than some fun insights into WOZ. The show never really overcomes "homage" and becomes predictable.
See it if You love all things Oz, have never used a phone app or have a friend in the production you are willing to lie to and say it was great
Don't see it if Seeing a man with a moustache dressed up as Dorothy in 10 scenes is not as funny to you as in 1 scene or you know the value of editing
See it if you love seeing technology used in a clever and entertaining way.
Don't see it if you find stuff happening on multiple screens confusing.
See it if You like modern or unique theater experiences. You are a Wizard of Oz fanatic. You don't mind seeing something very light. Great actors.
Don't see it if You're looking for a thought-provoking night at the theater. Technology confuses you.
See it if you are a Wizard of Oz fan, if you enjoy shows that incorporate latest technology, want to learn little known facts about the MGM film.
Don't see it if you're not interested in Judy Garland or the MGM film of The Wizard of Oz, if you like traditionally staged shows, are not into technology.
See it if You're a lover of all things "Wizard of Oz" and game to learn more, and see it from a different POV (and through your phone.)
Don't see it if You don't like deconstructions; prefer your Wizard of Oz without any commentary.
See it if You're a Wizard of Oz fan, you're interested in the intersection of culture and politics, and you like immersive experiences
Don't see it if You're afraid to use technology or you prefer to see an old-school musical
See it if You enjoy experimental theatre that combines multimedia elements and new AR technology, Wizard of Oz, seeing something new & innovative
Don't see it if You want a traditional type of play
See it if you're a Wizard of Oz fan. This high-tech experience is both a tribute to and deconstruction of its mythos and the magic of making movies.
Don't see it if you don't know the Wizard of Oz very well. You need a tablet or smartphone to enjoy the augmented reality app otherwise you miss too much.