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Come get swept away to the land of Oz!

Created by the traveling troupe of storytellers from joy & wonder theatre, all ages are welcome to enter and discover the inhabitants of Oz who need your help! As an audience member, you’ll journey through the story and the space, interacting with the beloved familiar faces of Oz at your own comfort level. This isn’t the Oz you’re used to seeing. This is solving puzzles, making decisions with your fellow travelers, and ultimately finding your way home through our immersive theatre experience. Click your heels three times and join us with your family and friends for a theatrical adventure!

Dreams of Oz

Sundays, December 3rd &10th at 11am and 2pm

~ Only 40 tickets per show! ~

All performances located at:
Curious Comedy Theatre
5225 NE MLK Blvd, Portland, OR 97211

What is Immersive Theatre?

Immersive Theatre breaks the typical “fourth wall” that separates actors from the audience and invites you to be a part of the story. This doesn’t mean that you’ll be dragged into the spotlight, but it does mean that as an audience member you will have the opportunity to interact with the characters and make choices that will change the direction of the story.


  • Dress comfortably - this is not your typical theatre experience! You may be walking and moving around.

  • Interact with the experience at your own comfort level. Talk to the guides, and they can help you tailor the experience to your needs and your personal boundaries. There will be opportunities both large and small to interact with and influence the story.

  • Both expect and offer respect. Consent will always be asked for and given before any interaction between performers and audience members.

  • Bring an open and imaginative mind. Prepare to be surprised and delighted!


  • Bring a buddy! Having a friend along for the journey can enhance your enjoyment of the experience as well as give you someone to talk about it with after the show is over.

I believe that dreams - day dreams, you know, with your eyes wide open and your brain-machinery whizzing - are likely to lead to the betterment of the world. The imaginative child will become the imaginative man or woman most apt to create, to invent, and therefore to foster civilization.
— L. Frank Baum