The performance is based on the book The Wizard of Oz, which was published as early as 1900. Questions about identity, loyalty and all the possibilities and difficulties of life are of course just as relevant today. By portraying even the dark, the characters become images for human dilemmas. How does a person without a brain really behave? Or heart? Are all body parts equally valuable and how do we look at someone who is outside the norm? The story begins with the hurricane that moves us to the foreign land of Oz. In the stage room, meaningful objects such as a silver shoe, a hay bale, a stuffed crow or a small house can create the dream of "the land up there". The objects are integrated into the story and into the dancers' costumes. Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Lion and the Wizard are all looking forward to meet you!