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Northwestern's Waa-Mu Show 'Flying Home'

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This year's annual Northwestern University Waa-Mu Show, 82 years old and going strong, is all about a world in which Alice's Wonderland, Dorothy's Oz and Wendy's (not Michael Jackson's) Neverland collide.

Titled "Flying Home," the full-out original musical, in which the classic stories are blended to create a new fantasy adventure, will be directed and choreographed by David H. Bell.

Performances run May 3-5 and May 9-12 at at Cahn Auditorium, 600 Emerson St., on Northwestern's Evanston campus.

Tickets, $10-$30 are on sale at the TIC box office, by phone at (847) 491-7282 or online at www.waamu.northwestern.edu. Visit the website for show times and more information.

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