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Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

Wicked at Gershwin Theatre has extended its booking through to 24 Mar 2013. The musical opened at the Gershwin Theatre on 30 Oct 2003, following previews from 8 Oct 2003.

Wicked Gershwin Theatre New York

Wicked Gershwin Theatre New York

Long before Dorothy drops in, two girls meet in the land of OZ. One – born with emerald green skin – is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. How these two grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch makes for “the most completely satisfying new musical in a long time”(USA Today) On Broadway and around the world. Wicked tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, how these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch.

Wicked Based on the novel by Gregory Maquire, Wicked has music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Wicked currently features Jackie Burns (Elphaba), Chandra Lee Schwartz (Glinda), Tom McGowan (The Wizard), Kathy Fitzgerald (Madame Morrible), Richard H. Blake (Fiyero), Cristy Cand (Nessarose), Tom Flynn (Doctor Dillamond) and Etai Benshlomo (Boq).

A book by Winnie Holzman and is directed by Joe Mantello with choreography by James Lynn Abbott, scene design by Eugene Lee, costumes by Susan Hilferty, lighting by Kenneth Posner and sound by Tony Meola.

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Friday, June 1st, 2012

Wicked Musical tours are currently performing at Sacramento Community Center Theater in Sacramento, CA and at Schuster Performing Arts Center in Dayton, OH. From here the Wicked Musical Tours move to San Diego CA and East Lansing MI respectively.

The back story of the Wicked Witch of the West (Elphaba) from “The Wizard of Oz,” based on Gregory Maguire’s fanciful book and her relationship with Glinda, the Good Witch.

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Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Wicked is currently performing on tour in Los Angeles, CA and Jacksonville, FL. And the tour is next set to open at Austin’s Bass Concert Hall on January 25.

Below is an interview with Wicked’s Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Don Amendolia, by BroadwayWorld.

Wicked Don Amendolia

Wicked Don Amendolia

You have been with the tour as the Wonderful Wizard of Oz for two years. How has life on the road been treating you?
Life on the road has been terrific. It’s been great fun to see other cities, their museums, restaurants and of course happy audiences all across North America. A rare treat.

Do you feel that your interpretation or insight into the Wizard’s character has changed with your time in the role? How so?
While any actor hopes his insight into a character deepens with time while playing a role, I did my homework early on and I think my interpretation of the Wizard hasn’t changed too much. At least I hope not. There’s a big difference between embellishment and refinement. I hope I’ve refined him more.

Some of Wicked’s actors have stated they chose to develop their interpretation of their characters based solely upon the musical’s portrayals, as opposed to reading Gregory Maguire’s novels and drawing additional inspiration there. Have you read the Wicked novels, and if so, did you draw inspiration from them, or perhaps the Wizard of Oz film?
I had read Gregory Maguire’s amazing novel when it was first published, before it became a musical, so by the time I read the show script I was aware of how much my character differed from medium to medium. Over all, I tend to remember who the Wizard was from the movie; more of a snake-oil salesman, carnival shaman who’s trying to hold on to his accidental world. He’s not a bad man, he’s just not a very good Wizard.

How has your experience in Wicked compared to other stage productions?
Honestly, there is no comparison to other shows. Wicked is now a worldwide phenomenon that has touched millions in ways I can only guess at. It’s been a singular experience in every way.

The Wizard, as portrayed in Wicked, is somewhat blinded by power, though a sentimental man who unknowingly wrongs one of his own. If the Wizard knew of this relation from the beginning, how do you think it would have impacted the outcome of Oz’s history?
Power is more seductive than anything else to the Wizard and at its core, absolute power corrupts absolutely. He may be a sentimental man but by the time Elphaba comes to Oz I think the Wizard is hip-deep in the panic that he may lose it all. He may regret it and hindsight is 20-20 but by then it’s too late. He is finally powerless to change anything.

Read the complete interview {Via BroadwayWorld.com}

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Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Wicked musical is currently performing at Mortensen Hall Bushnell Theatre in Hartford, CT and Manitoba Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg, MB Canada. From here the Wicked Musical Tour moves to Pittsburgh PA and Atlanta GA.

The back story of the Wicked Witch of the West (Elphaba) from “The Wizard of Oz,” based on Gregory Maguire’s fanciful book and her relationship with Glinda, the Good Witch.

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Monday, July 19th, 2010

Wicked, the highly successful musical play based on Gregory Maguire’s novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, looks like it will be the latest in a long line of hit shows to make the transition to the big screen. According to the entertainment website Deadline, the show’s producer, Marc Platt, alongside the book writer Winnie Holzman and the songwriter Stephen Schwartz, have already begun talks with potential directors.

Names cropping up for the director’s job on the sure-fire hit include the mastermind behind Lost, J.J. Abrams, Rob Marshall (Chicago and Nine), James Mangold (Walk the Line) and Ryan Murphy of Glee fame. No one has been confirmed for a role in the movie, but there are rumours that the original stars of the Broadway show – Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth – will reprise their roles as Elphaba and Glinda respectively.

since its first run in 2003 (at San Francisco’s Curran Theatre) the show has gone on to break box-office records the world over. Wicked has won over 35 major international awards (the most recent being the 2010 Laurence Olivier Award for Most Popular Show) and to this day, seven years after hitting the Big Apple, it is still the top-selling musical on Broadway.

When seats for the show first went on sale in London, in 2006, more than £100,000 worth were purchased within the first hour. More than 1,500 performances later, the UK production has played to almost three million people, recently reaching a box-office milestone by hitting ticket sales of over £100 million (Dh349m) – making Wicked’s worldwide gross a whopping £1.2 billion and further cementing its status as one of the most popular musical shows of all time.

And the story is nothing if not right-on. The novel on which the show is loosely based was written by the American author Gregory Maguire in 1995 and was itself based on the Frank L Baum classic The Wizard of Oz. Maguire was introduced to the idea behind his novel after being heavily influenced by two major events that took place while he was living in London in the early 90s – the infamous James Bulger murder (in which two young boys brutally murdered the two-year-old toddler, James) and the first Gulf War – which saw the Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, being referred to by the British press as “the next Hitler”. Fascinated by the media’s demonisation of the two young boys and Hussein, Maguire began thinking about the labels that go along with social judgement – bad, evil, wicked.

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Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

Tickets to Wicked on Broadway have become such a hot commodity for New Yorker’s and vacationers to the Big Apple and with very good reason. This musical has reached a popularity through word of mouth and curiosity that has everyone rushing to find tickets to almost always sold out show times at the Gershwin Theatre. With a storyline which revolves around the original classic “Wizard Of Oz” except tells of before Dorothy was ever taken away in the magical winds of Kansas or ever thought about daydreaming over a rainbow. This musical grossed an amazing 56 million dollars at the box office in the first year on Broadway and Tickets to Wicked on Broadway can reach over three hundred dollars for premium seats on popular evening show times. These tickets sell and they sell fast so if in need of seeing Wicked Musical show in New York some tips may help save money and procure a seat even on a popular night.

How To Find Tickets To Wicked On Broadway

The first option for getting a ticket at face value would be to try for a matinee early in the week. This is a little insider tip that plays on the simple fact that most local New York fans of Broadway are unable to attend on dates during the week, especially during the middle of the day where they are at work. Monday matinee’s provide the best odds for getting a great seat at a face value price or sometimes even below. Since a Monday matinee has the least chance of selling out for the reason stated, the box office may even provide Rush tickets which can be had for as low as twenty-five dollars per seat. The Gershwin Theatre will offer this discount two hours before the performance when they see many seats are still available in an attempt to sell out the venue.

Trying to get tickets to Wicked on Broadway for a weekend evening show at face value may seem to be impossible let alone getting a discount. Patrons willing to accept some negative factors still may be able to get into the show and quite inexpensively. Most theaters in New York City offer two types of discounted tickets which have the least chances of selling out even on a popular night. These are Standing Room Only (SRO) seats and Obstructed View seating. These tickets are pretty much self explanatory, if willing to stand throughout the performance one can see the full stage and complete show. If have a partial view of the stage do to obstruction from props or architecture of the theater itself does not sound to bad then call the Gershwin theater box office and ask if any of such tickets available for the date you wish to attend. These tickets will be had at a great discount and are easy to locate.

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