Backdrops for the Wizard of Oz

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Find the best stage backdrops, curtains, and drapery for your production of The Wizard of Oz. At Grosh, we provide the finest selection of backdrops for scholastic and theatrical staging of this classic musical based on L. Frank Baum’s equally legendary book, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Grosh Backdrops and Drapery has over 40 different backdrops depicting scenes from The Wizard of Oz. Whether you want a background of the cornfields of Kansas, the glittering turrets of the Emerald City, or the colorful dwellings of the Munchkins in Munchkinland, we have the right backdrop designs for your production.

First published in 1900, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz follows the story of Dorothy Gale and her dog, Toto, who are caught in a tornado and get lost in the mystical land of Oz. Along the way, Dorothy meets new friends, namely a Scarecrow who wants a brain, a Tin Man who wants a heart, and a Cowardly Lion who is in desperate need of courage. Wishing to go home herself, Dorothy goes on a quest with her friends to find the Wizard of Oz, whom they heard can grant their wishes.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was adapted into a musical fantasy film by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer almost four decades later in 1939. The Wizard of Oz, which starred Judy Garland, went on to become a critical and commercial success, winning two Academy Awards and earning $22.34 million dollars in the box office.

In 1987, The Wizard of Oz, a musical adaptation of the book and film, was first staged. This musical, with a book by John Kane, music by Harold Aren, and lyrics by E.Y Harburg, has since become the most popular theatrical adaptation of Baum’s work.

Make your production of The Wizard of Oz more enchanting with special stage backdrops from Grosh! Please call 877-363-7998 for more information about our collection and the special discount rates we offer. You may also leave us a message through our contact page.

Grosh Backdrops and Drapery maintains operations in Los Angeles, California and Evansville, Indiana, and delivers to customers all over the United States.

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