180 minutes

“The Wiz” tells the classic story hundreds of millions of people have read in the L. Frank Baum books and then saw in the much-beloved 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz,” but retold in an African-American/multicultural context. Dorothy, a young woman from Kansas, is swept up in a tornado and relocated to a fantasy world that is inhabited by munchkins, good and bad witches, and, of course, flying monkeys. She eventually takes a path down a yellow brick road to find a wizard who can help her go home and along the way meets a scarecrow, tin man and cowardly lion, who all learn to help one another.

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These people are great, but together they are fantastic.
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Book adaptations - both modern interpretations or classic book to show adaptations. And perhaps a play adaptation or two.
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Television shows and movies may continue or remake their lives in new shows or leave the internet for the silver screen. Or even spin off in another direction.
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The are shows that are sitting in my Netflix queue or Amazon list waiting for me to get to them.
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Generally with an interesting or strong female character, any genre
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Shows that come to us live from some place out in the real world. Or maybe on five second delay.
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All about that bass, and other musical explorations!