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Sunday, June 23rd, 2013

Wicked is currently on tour in Milwaukee WI and performing at Uihlein Hall Marcus Center For The Performing Arts through July 07, 2013.

Jennifer DiNoia and Hayley Podschun in Wicked

Jennifer DiNoia and Hayley Podschun in Wicked

Colleen Jurkiewicz saw the musical at Marcus Center and Commented as “Wicked casts a powerful spell”.

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Here is the review:

Every aspect of the performance is what you would expect from a professional touring company. The lighting is amazing, the voices are pure and on-key, the costumes are gorgeous, the dancing is flawless, the casting is perfect. But that’s not too surprising for any show that has this kind of money invested in it and this kind of fan base and pedigree. In fact, it’s kind of a given.

The leading ladies Jennifer DiNoia and Hayley Podschun are beautiful and have angelic voices. You won’t remember that as much. What you’ll remember from their performances are their faces – the power in their emotions, whether Podschun is nailing the punchline of a joke or DiNoia is passionately defending Elphaba’s right to be her own green-skinned self. You’ll remember the wild, despairing look DiNoia’s eyes as she sings “No Good Deed” and the irrepressible and infectious charisma of Podschun as she explains how essential it is to be loved in the performance of “Popular.”

DiNoia is on her fifth company of “Wicked,” and her mastery of her character is truly something to see. She conveys Elphaba’s caustic defensiveness in a way that makes the character’s passionate activism neither irritating nor admirable. It is simply decent – and that’s what this story is about. Being decent, being the best and most honest version of yourself that there is. Elphaba, with her black costumes, rolling eyes and constant one-liners, runs the risk of being the annoying goth kid; in DiNoia’s capable hands, she is simply a flawed, beautiful character who is marvelously, impeccably acted.

Both actresses were able to harness the emotions and sympathies of the audience and hold it in their hands for two and a half hours. The cast was nicely rounded out by Walker Jones as the Wizard and David Nathan Perlow as Fiyero.

Read the complete review {Via OnMilwaukee.com}

Wicked musical touring performances at the Marcus Center will close on July 7 with 6:30 PM show. Hurry up to Book your Wicked Milwaukee Wisconsin Tickets 2013 Online before they all go on sale completely.

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Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Wicked musical is back in Milwaukee, WI as apart of the Wicked tour 2012-13. Wicked performances at Uihlein Hall at the Marcus Center will continue through July 07, 2013.

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Milwaukee Broadway fans get one of the most popular Broadway touring shows visiting town at the Marcus Center when Wicked opened on June 12.

The reimagined tale of The Wizard of Oz centers on the perky, blonde Glinda and her unlikely friendship with the misunderstood Elphaba. The Broadway hit has Milwaukee critics buzzing about the Stephen Schwartz-Winnie Holzman show, in addition to the performances, led by Jennifer DiNoia (Elphaba) and Hayley Podschun (Glinda). We’ve rounded up what local reviewers are saying about this family-friendly spectacle. Take a look, and then grab your tickets to see Wicked at Uihlein Hall at the Marcus Center!

This magical tale stars Jennifer DiNoia as Elphaba, Hayley Podschun as Glinda, David Nathan Perlow as Fiyero, Gina Ferrall as Madame Morrible and Walker Jones as the Wizard. Buy your Wicked Milwaukee tickets to watch this high-flying spectacle today!

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Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Wicked will return to Uihlein Hall Marcus Center For The Performing Arts during Marcus Center’s 2012-13 season Milwaukee, WI.

The Marcus Center and Broadway Across America invite you to experience Broadway at the Marcus Center throughout 2012-2013. This season will feature the return of the Broadway’s biggest blockbuster, Wicked.

Wicked, when it last played Milwaukee in 2010, it broke box office records and sold out in record time. Winner of 35 major awards, including a Grammy and three Tony Awards, Wicked is “Broadway’s biggest blockbuster” (The New York Times).

“Audiences are in for a real treat this season,” commented Paul Mathews, President and CEO of the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. “This season includes shows for a diverse audience to enjoy along with the return of the blockbuster hit, Wicked.”

Wicked Returns to Uihlein Hall Marcus Center For The Performing Arts June 12-July 7, 2013

Wicked Returns to Uihlein Hall Marcus Center For The Performing Arts June 12-July 7, 2013

Wicked will be performing at Marcus Center from through June 12, 2013 and continue through July 7, 2013. Buy Wicked Milwaukee WI Tickets Online. Get $10 OFF on Wicked Uihlein Hall Marcus Center For The Performing Arts Ticket Orders of $350 or more by using code #SpringSavings at Checkout!

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Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Wicked  Elphaba being painted green

Wicked Elphaba being painted green

Some actors will do anything for their art. In the case of the smash hit Broadway musical ‘Wicked,’ that means being painted green.

Onstage, actress Vicki Noon casts a spell on the audience as Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West. It’s not just fancy stage lighting giving her a unique hue–she’s actually painted green!

Makeup supervisor Joyce McGilberry talks to us as she applies the paint. She explains, “I want to get the green on as quickly as possible, so I’m using a sea sponge to apply it on her hands.”

The makeup magic happens backstage, about an hour before the show. The process requires Joyce to re-apply paint and powder several times. It’s not as easy as it looks. Vicki jokes about the time she tried to do it herself, “You know, the first time I ever tried to do it by myself, for fun, it turned out horrible!!”

For the Seattle native, the chance to be a lead in ‘Wicked’ is like a real-life fairy-tale. “I feel really lucky, I’m extremely grateful to be given this opportunity,” Vicki says.

The 25-year-old admits she misses home though, and it helps to have a confidante. She says, “Sometimes I’ll talk to Joyce about that, how I’m missing home, feeling homesick.”

The final touches include eye makeup, hair, and costuming. Then the wicked witch comes to life! “It doesn’t get old… I get to go out and have fun with my friends for 3 hours, so it’s pretty cool,” Vicki exclaims.

‘Wicked’ runs through August 8 at the Marcus Center For The Performing Arts. You can still get tickets, but you better buy them soon. Click here to Buy Wicked Milwaukee WI Tickets. Buy now and save $20 on your next order over $250.

{Via Today’s TMJ4}

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Saturday, July 17th, 2010

On Monday, August 2, the National Touring Company of ‘Wicked’ will host ‘Witches’ Night Off’, an evening of adult cabaret performances featuring cast and crew members of the company. Net proceeds of the event will benefit the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin.

The performance will be the cast’s gift to ARCW, which this year is marking its 25th anniversary in the fight against AIDS. ARCW is home to the ARCW Medical Center, Wisconsin’s largest provider of HIV medical, dental and mental health care.

Produced by the company members themselves, the show is an opportunity for them to step out of their ‘Wicked’ roles and perform in vignettes of music, dance and comedy. The performance will be held at the Nancy Kendall Theater on the campus of Cardinal Stritch University beginning at 7:00 p.m.

In addition, there will be live and silent auctions where guests can bid on autographed ‘WICKED’ memorabilia as well as opportunities to view ‘WICKED’ make-up artists turning Elphaba green prior to a performance. The cast will also offer the chance to be the qualifi ed highest bidder for a walk-on role in a ‘WICKED’ performance during the last week of its run at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.

‘Witches’ Night Off ‘is suitable for mature audiences and is part of an ongoing effort by the cast members of ‘WICKED’ to support charitable causes that advance ‘WICKED’s’ theme of acceptance and illuminate the musical’s message that people should not be judged on first impressions. In its five years on the road, the casts and crews of ‘WICKED’ have raised more than $1 million in donations for Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS, which has provided fi nancial support to the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin since 1996.

“It is so thoughtful of these cast members to donate their time and talents to the fight against AIDS on an evening that would normally give them a much-deserved break,” said Dan Mueller, Chief Development Officer of the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. “Their efforts along with the generous participation of all those attending will help people with HIV get the care they need to live longer, healthier lives. ‘Witches’ Night Off’ will be a fantastic anniversary gift to the patients of ARCW. Buy your tickets now!”

{Via abc}

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Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

The Broadway hit “Wicked” opens today at The Uihlein Hall Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Milwaukee WI, but crews spent all day Tuesday setting up for its glitzy four-week run.

The musical, an expansion on “The Wizard of Oz,” follows the Wicked Witch of the West through her childhood, explaining just how she got her name. The show is known for its dazzling production, catchy music, and heartfelt storyline of growing up different, according to show’s production stage manager, Bryan Landrine.

“It’s got great music. We’ve got flying witches, flying monkeys. The set’s fantastic. There’s a lot of artistic things in the show that really pique people’s interest,” Landrine said.

It takes a lot of help to set up for a show as logistically challenging as Wicked. In all, the production company hired 90 temporary workers from Milwaukee, and it plans to retain 40 of them for the run of the show. But all the work is worth it, Landrine said, to bring top-notch Broadway entertainment to Milwaukee.

“We bring the big experience here, that’s the whole thing with wicked, we bring a ton of stuff. It really looks like the Broadway show,” said head carpenter Justin Klynsma.

Tickets are still available for most performances, ranging from $32 to $149. The production company is also offering day-of-performance tickets to patrons aged 8 and up in a lottery. Winners will be able to purchase a limited number orchestra seats for $25 each day of the show.

“Wicked” runs through Aug. 8. Buy Wicked Milwaukee WI Tickets, Save $10 on Wicked Ticket Orders over $350! Code AFF$10

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