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20 years ago A PLEA was sent out to the people of Teesside to follow the Yellow Brick Road to help the region's children.
James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis follow the Yellow Brick Road in the special effects-laden fantasy OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL.
Using the original vocals, the 1939 film's classic songs like Somewhere Over The Rainbow and Follow The Yellow Brick Road will sound like never before as they're accompanied for the first time by a live, full orchestra.
But will she follow the yellow brick road off the show?
Byline: Nicola Methven YOU could soon follow the Yellow Brick road to your dream role on the West End stage in The Wizard Of Oz.
Along the way, she and little dog Toto meet some fantastic companions-the TinMan, the Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion - all equally keen to follow the Yellow Brick Road and meet the great and powerful sorcerer who will grant their wishes.
CeCe Sutton plays Dorothy in the Christmas offering which includes hit songs like We're Off to See The Wizard, Follow the Yellow Brick Road and Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
Ruby slippers and Munchkins have been sighted all over the UK in recent years, but it is two decades since Londoners have been able to follow the yellow brick road to Oz.