Wicked - Broadway
Price range: $90 - $390
BROADWAY - MUSICAL
Forget about Dorothy and Toto, the Land of Oz is chock full of incredible stories that happened long before a girl from Kansas and her dog showed up. Wicked explores the story of Glinda the Good Witch and her very misunderstood nemesis Wicked Witch. If you are even remotely interested in big productions and instantly classic songs, Wicked Broadway show is an absolute must see. Wicked was an immediate sensation in New York when it premiered in 2004. That year, it was nominated for 10 Tony awards and won 3 including Best Scenic Design and Best Costume Design. The show itself is absolutely magnificent visually.
In Wicked, we finally get to see how Glinda the Good Witch had a hand in the creation of the Wicked image that her school mate Elphaba eventually embraces. Like many young kids, Elphaba is different. With an astute mind and naturally green skin, Elphaba was never going to fit in. She is both passionate and committed and completely misunderstood by Glinda and her popular friends. Wicked Broadway show brilliantly explores the relationships between women, reminds us that what appears to be true isn't always so, and cleverly takes another look at a classic American icon of evil. You may think that you can't imagine an Oz without Dorothy, the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, and the Scarecrow. Give Wicked's version of Oz a chance and it will exceed every single expectation you have.
Your children will love Wicked for the beautiful costumes, magic, and songs. You will love Wicked for its smart revision of a classic and incredible acting. Wicked is simply a must-see!
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Notes from James:
Wicked Is Still Broadway's Most "Popular" Show
Hard to believe but in just a few days it will be exactly eleven and a half years since Wicked first opened on the Great White Way. That's right theatre fans. On October 30, 2003 Wicked made it's Broadway debut and the theatre world has never been the same. I first saw the show about a week before it opened and thought it was incredible.