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Twister: A Ritual Reality in Three Quarters Plus Overtime if Necessary, is a 1999 play by Ken Kesey, loosely based on L. Frank Baum's novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and the 1939 film version, The Wizard of Oz. The play also features the West African deity Legba.
|Twister: A Ritual Reality in Three Quarters Plus Overtime if Necessary|
|Written by||Ken Kesey, Ken Babbs|
|Date premiered||May 26, 1994|
|Place premiered||Fillmore West Resurrection, San Francisco, CA, US|
Kesey starred as the Wizard of Oz in the premiere of the play with Ken Babbs (as "Frankie Frankenstein") and other Merry Pranksters. A video of this production was released in 2000 by Key-Z Productions titled Twister: A Musical Catastrophe.
- "Twister : a ritual reality in three quarters plus overtime if necessary in SearchWorks catalog". SearchWorks catalog. 1994-05-27. Retrieved 2018-02-12.