Judy Garland wore several pairs of the ruby slippers during production of "The Wizard Of Oz," but only four authentic pairs remain.
The 10th annual "Night of a Thousand Judys" features performances by a host of Broadway and TV luminaries, and will benefit homeless LGBTQ youth.
There’s no place like home, and Dorothy’s 1939 missing ruby slippers have finally been returned back home after they were stolen 13 years ago.
The blue-and-white checked gingham dress worn by Garland in the 1939 film has a presale estimate of $800,000 to $1.2 million.
Nearly everyone loves The Wizard of Oz, and most of us have seen it enough times to quote certain lines verbatim, or break into a version of "We're Off To See The Wizard" at any moment.
One of Dorothy Gale’s iconic farm-girl frocks was rumored to be somewhere in the Catholic University of America’s drama department.
"Night of a Thousand Judys" will feature musical performances by Alan Cumming, Jane Monheit and more. It will be held virtually June 24.
Writer-performer Justin Sayre will host “Night of a Thousand Judys,” a yearly tribute to the "Wizard of Oz" star that benefits homeless LGBTQ youth.
Formative memories from some of Hollywood's top filmmakers and showrunners.
The "Bridget Jones's Diary" star earned near-universal praise for her portrayal of Judy Garland in the biopic.