Wizard of Oz Tea at O.Henry Hotel
October 23, 2016 • 2 PM
Credit: Madalyn Yates Photography
We invite you and your family to the Wizard of Oz Tea at the O.Henry Hotel.
Join us as we, along with our friends at the Community Theatre of Greensboro, bring the story of The Wizard of Oz to life. “There’s no place like home” at our tea party as you enjoy special treats, crafts and community seating at whimsically decorated tables surrounded by characters such as Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Tin Man, Lion and the Munchkins. Included with each reservation is a ticket to the 20th annual production of The Wizard of Oz good for any of CTG’s eight performances in November (see below). As you make your way around the Yellow Brick Road, don’t forget to bring your camera to capture this magical event.
Cost is $55 per guest, plus tax and 20% service charge. There is limited seating, so call Green Valley Grill for reservations today at 336-854-2015.
More About the Show!
The Wizard of Oz – By L. Frank Baum. Music by Herbert Stothart. Score by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, Book Adaptation by John Kane from the Motion Picture Screenplay.
You can probably perform the whole show with your eyes closed! But you can never replicate the sheer joy Community Theatre of Greensboro audiences feel year after year as they watch 100+ talented kids, teens and adults (both on- and backstage) present this timeless classic. Welcome the holiday season with Dorothy and her friends as they take you “over the rainbow.” Learn more about the Community Theatre of Greensboro.
Tea Charm Collection
Guests at our special event teas receive a carefully selected charm to commemorate their attendance at every Mad Hatter, Wizard of Oz and Nutcracker Tea. Since we began this tradition, we have thanked our guests with a tea pot, a pair of ruby slippers, a toy soldier and a hat. New guests at our teas receive a starter bracelet and returning guests are encouraged to bring theirs back for charms to be added.
And don’t miss our Mad Hatter Tea or Nutcracker Tea!
Photographs Above by Madalyn Yates Photography