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Saturday, June 30th, 2012

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Friday, June 15th, 2012

Wicked tour arriving at the San Diego Civic Theatre for a month-long run from June 20 to July 15, 2012.

“Wicked” tells the story of Elphaba and Glinda before Dorothy and before they became their more famous alter egos — the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. Wicked is the winner of three Tony Awards, a Grammy, and a slew of other major awards.

“Wicked” is consistently Broadway’s top-grossing musical, raking in from $1.6 to $2 million at the box office weekly.

Wicked San Diego Civic Theatre Schedule:
Tuesdays – 7:00 PM
Wednesdays – 7:00 PM
Thursdays – 7:30 PM
Fridays – 7:30 PM
Saturday – 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM
Sundays – 1:00 PM and 6:30 PM

Alli Mauzey and Nicole Parker play Glinda and Elphaba in the national touring production of “Wicked,” at San Diego, CA.

Wicked Play at San Diego Civic Theatre – June 20 to July 15, 2012. Experience the Spell of Wicked. Wicked Musical San Diego CA Tickets in Demand! Avail $10 OFF on Wicked San Diego Civic Theatre Ticket Orders of $250 or more by using code SUMMERFUNTN at Checkout.

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Broadway-San Diego is bringing back Broadway’s biggest blockbuster, “Wicked.” Wicked coming to San Diego Civic Theatre on Wednesday June 20, 2012 and will perform through Sunday July 15, 2012.

Wicked is the untold story of the Witches of Oz. This story of the Wicked Witch of the West (well before Dorothy showed up in the Land of Oz) is clever and wickedly entertaining. Wicked tells the incredible untold story of an unlikely but profound friendship between two girls: the blonde and very popular Glinda and a misunderstood green girl, Elphaba.

Wicked San Diego Civic Theatre Performance Schedule:
Tuesdays to Wednesdays – 7:00 PM
Thursdays and Fridays – 7:30 PM
Saturdays – 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM
Sundays – 1:00 PM and 6:30 PM

Special matinee on Thursday, June 21 – 1:00 PM
Wicked will not be playing on Wednesday, July 4.

The spectacular, multi award-winning stage musical, with music & lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and a book by Winnie Holzman, has become the most spellbinding and successful new musical in years.

Wicked is currently playing at Sacramento Community Center Theater through June 17, 2012. From here it will move to San Diego, California for the performances at San Diego Civic Theatre start on June 20 and continue through July 15, 2012. Buy Wicked San Diego CA Tickets online today for the best seat locations at the best prices.

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

Wicked is currently performing on tour in Denver, CO and at Buell Theatre Still Stands Strong. Wicked Cast: Starring Mamie Parris, Alli Mauzey, Andy Kelso, Liz McCartney, Emily Ferranti, Paul Slade Smith, Mark Jacoby and Justin Brill. Here is the review by Lisa Kennedy @ Denver Post Theater Critic.

“Wicked” is an outcast tale, a female friendship parable, a story of corruption and chicanery by authorities we — rather the denizens of the Emerald City — put our trust in. It is a wry reconsideration of good (is it overrated?) and evil (is it misunderstood?) — or at least L. Frank Baum’s version of that eternal tussle found in his classic novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”

On opening night this production, starring Mamie Parris and Alli Mauzey, was quick-witted, generous and deft with the laughs, of which there are many. Still, I couldn’t help wishing for a better blend of the tender and the hilarious.

Parris and Mauzey portray Elphaba and Galinda. Eventually, Galinda adopts her better-known moniker, Glinda. Elphaba will claim her name, her fame or infamy, as the Wicked Witch of the West. Parris has a rich voice that fills out Elphaba’s sorrow and youthful angst. Mauzey brings stop-on-a-dime comedic timing to Galinda’s antics. She’s a tireless, rapid-fire trouper.

“Wicked” wastes little time in evoking one of the more indelible images of the movie, with winged monkeys climbing above the stage. But memories of Dorothy Gale, Kansas and Oz are quickly turned topsy turvy. The sets are evocative: spectacle without the clutter.

As the play opens, Glinda confirms the Wicked Witch of the West’s death by water bucket. “Wicked” then unfolds as a flashback about how the two came to know each other.

The Green and the Good meet when they arrive at Shiz University. The jade-hued daughter of the Munchkin governor has been sent to school ostensibly to keep an eye on her wheelchair-bound, fair-haired younger sister, Nessarose (Emily Ferranti). There is antagonism at first sight, then a tentative friendship and, later, something of a competing love interest in popular guy Fiyero (Andy Kelso, a graduate of Aurora’s Eaglecrest High School), who turns out to be deeper than his deep pockets.

Elphaba is gifted and the school’s Madame Morrible sees it and seizes upon it. The youngster’s talent might even get her an audience with the Wizard (Mark Jacoby). Liz McCartney as the full-figured doyen of the school takes to her role with a brassy aplomb.

Paul Slade Smith makes Dr. Dillamond touching as a horned professor soon to become a target. The rules are changing in Oz, and magical animals are no longer appreciated.

Three songs have approached classic status. This despite the critical ink spilled since the play’s 2003 debut debating whether the musical has any memorable tunes. A great many reviews said no, but then critics are used to losing arguments with audiences.

Read the complete review {Via}

Wicked Musical will play through Sunday, May 20 at the Buell Theatre, 1101 13th St. Get $10 OFF on Wicked Denver CO Ticket Orders of $350 or more by using code #SpringSavings at Checkout.

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

Mark Jacoby plays the role as the Wizard in the touring production of the smash musical “Wicked” at The Buell Theatre. Reporter Adam Goldstein caught up with the stage veteran to get his take on the musical’s popularity.

Mark Jacoby plays the role as the Wizard in Wicked

Mark Jacoby plays the role as the Wizard in Wicked

As a cast member who’s been with the touring production of “Wicked” for more than a year, can you speak to the durability of the piece? What is it about the show that’s made it such a reliable money maker since its debut in 2003?

I’ve thought a lot about that, to tell you the truth. I think first of all, this is going to sound ridiculously mundane, but it’s really good in every department. All of the elements of stagecraft are there. Nobody leaves the theater thinking, ‘I didn’t get my money’s worth.’ The other thing I would look at is this very compelling friendship between these two women. It starts with friction and ends with love. The other thing that brings people in is the other worldly, paranormal nature of it. It’s not anywhere, USA. There’s something about that that captures people.

This is a story that’s seen plenty of adaptations. How do you think the musical juggles references to the original L. Frank Baum book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” with subsequent retellings? Do you see any links to the film from 1939 woven into Maguire’s source material?

My favorite single aspect of the show is the very ingenious and clever way in which the story is layered over the ‘Wizard of Oz’ story that we all know so well. There is sometimes tongue-in-cheek, sometimes symbolic references to that story. I think it’s delightful. One of the conceptual problems is that most of us are more familiar with the movie than we are with the book. The notion that the whole thing is a dream is not part of the original book. It’s presented as a real story. The question then is to what extent are the factual elements of the book and the movie part of our underpinnings. That’s an ongoing question. Playing the Wizard, the question is, am I that guy that Dorothy met in Kansas or am I not? Is this a different notion? Things like that are ongoing. There’s much discussion backstage even after seven years.

Speaking of the Wizard, the character has seen several incarnations and portrayals in film and in literature since 1900. In “Wicked,” the character takes on a much more sinister aspect, a quality drawn from Maguire’s book. How do you approach the Wizard’s motivations and actions in tackling the role?

I’m always surprised when somebody comments about the Wizard being the villain of the piece. I think very few villains see themselves as villains. True villains, as a rule, don’t see themselves as such. I think the Wizard is a very simple guy, a very ordinary man who, due to circumstances beyond his control, found himself in an extraordinary situation where he became feared and deified in Oz. Being a simple man, he rode with it. He got himself carried away. As he says, ‘What can I say, I got carried away, and not just by a balloon.’ It’s an easy thing to do when people imbue you with supernatural powers.

The interview by reporter Adam Goldstein {Via}

Wicked play at Temple Buell Theatre continue through May 20, 2012. Get $10 OFF on Wicked Denver CO Ticket Orders of $350 or more by using code #SpringSavings at Checkout.

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

There are a number of reasons why Broadway tickets are so high priced. One of them is that a large number of ticket brokers buy show tickets well in advance and create scarcity. Then they go ahead and sell these tickets at 20% to 30% profit.

Another reason for this is that a number of websites too do the same thing. They even mention that they are offering it at a discount. But these discounted prices are still a lot higher than the original price.

If you are wondering how you will manage to get your Wicked tickets for its actual price, then there are a couple of ways. These two methods do work for a lot of people, but it involves spending some time researching.

The first method is to use the internet to your advantage. There are numerous ways by which you can avail your Wicked Musical tickets for their original price on the internet. Some of the places that you should look for are chat rooms and websites that auction stuff. A lot of websites are dedicated to only selling Wicked tickets and here you are most likely to find your tickets for either the original price or at discounted prices.

The other way to buy Wicked tix for their original or discounted price is to visit sites that are dedicated to selling Broadway or Wicked tickets. You can log on to these sites and get onto their forums and chat rooms where a lot of people are looking for or offering just what you need.

The second way is to visit websites that offer discounted tickets. These are the toughest deals to find. But if you look long enough then you might surely stumble upon something that looks like a lucrative offer.

You might find tickets at discounted prices for a lot of Broadway shows but with Wicked it gets a little difficult. That is because its popularity grows everyday and demand for their show tickets is immense. This brings in the brokers and middlemen who want to make the most of this lucrative opportunity. However, if you look hard you might find a ticket for the Wicked musical at an ideal price. is your one stop shop for Wicked Cast information, Tour dates and Latest Buzz. You can find all the wicked Played Cities info with the venue address, seating chart and capacity. Check them out online Cheapest Wicked Tickets.

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