Introducing Daisy the Dog

by Handy Mag
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in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ with York Musical Theatre Company

York Musical Theatre Company is thrilled to announce its upcoming production of “The Wizard of Oz” at the
Joseph Rowntree Theatre, running from Wednesday, May 22 to Saturday, May 25, 2024. With an exciting buzz
surrounding the event, it’s no wonder that over 300 tickets have already been sold.

Toto with Adam Gill, York Musical Theatre Company

Adding to the enchantment of this production is the introduction of Daisy the dog, who will be portraying the beloved character of Toto. Owned by cast member Helen Barugh, Daisy brings an extra layer of authenticity to the role with her alertness, friendliness, and remarkable responsiveness. Daisy’s seamless integration into the cast highlights her affable nature and her ability to effortlessly interact with her fellow actors.

However, audiences will be in for a delightful surprise as the story progresses. Once Dorothy and her companions reach the fantastical land of Oz, Daisy undergoes a magical transformation. From that point forward, Toto is
ingeniously brought to life through the skilled puppetry of Adam Gill. Adam, who operates the puppet with precision and charm, is relishing the opportunity to embody this iconic character and explore the unique dynamic between Toto and Dorothy.

Tickets for this enchanting production are available now, starting from just £16. Don’t miss your chance to experience the wonder of “The Wizard of Oz” brought to life by the talented performers of York Musical Theatre Company. Secure your seats today at Joseph Rowntree Theatre’s website.

York Musical Theatre Company is a renowned amateur theatre group based in York, England. With a rich history of delivering high-quality productions, the company is dedicated to bringing the magic of musical theatre to audiences across the region. Through their passion, talent, and commitment, York Musical Theatre Company continues to captivate audiences and inspire performers of all ages.

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