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Topic - Willemijn Verkaik
There's a little bottle of champagne in Willemijn Verkaik's dressing room. It sits unopened _ she's already plenty giddy.
"It tells you a lesson that people can recognize from their own lives, even if it's in the Land of Oz _ to believe in yourself and to stay true to yourself," says Verkaik. "I think a lot of people in the audience get that and that's why they keep coming back. And that's why it works in Holland and Germany and Singapore and here."