There’s a whirlwind of activity in the theatre at Bishop’s College School in Lennoxville this week as students prepare to take their audiences on a journey down the yellow brick road. Beginning tonight, a cast of 15 young actors will take to the stage in the school’s spring production of L. Frank Baum’s classic story The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. “I wanted to put on a show that would allow children to attend,” said BCS Drama Teacher Miranda McGee, explaining that she sees the story as a journey of self discovery and seeking outside one’s self what can be found within. “I look at the yellow brick road and, to me, it represents life’s journey.” Emma Bea Crowther, who plays Dorothy, said that the experience is a trip back into her childhood and a rare opportunity to explore a beloved character in a new way. “I loved the books when I was younger, but I didn’t like how the movie portrayed (Dorothy) as not very brave,” the actor said. “I’m really happy that in this play she has all the qualities and she brings out the best in people.” See full story in the Thursday, April 26th edition of The Record.