Coming to the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts: Thursday March 25 at 7:30pm, Josh Turner, the singer-songwriter with America's current No.1 country music hit, "Why Don't We Just Dance", performs a Hammons Hall concert. The South Carolina native with the deep, soulful voice, Turner was an unknown who earned a standing ovation at the Grand Ole Opry when he debuted there in 2001. He eventually became one of the youngest artists ever inducted into the Opry. Since then he's sold more than 4 million albums and scored two previous number-one hits. The Broadway series presents "The Wizard of Oz," a production based on the Royal Shakespeare Company's celebration of the 1939 MGM movie, April 16 and 17 at Hammons Hall. The show is full of special effects, complete with munchkins, flying monkeys, a dazzling art-deco Oz, and all the favorite characters singing Harold Arlen's classic songs. Performances are Friday 4/16 at 8pm and Saturday the 17th at 2 and 8pm. For tickets call 836-7678, toll-free 1(888) 476-7849, or visit www.hammonshall.com.