Forget about Dorothy and Toto, the Land of Oz is chock full of amazing stories that occurred before a woman from Kansas and her puppy revealed. Wicked investigates the story of Glinda the fantastic Witch and her really misunderstood nemesis Wicked Witch. If you’re even remotely considering large productions and instantly classic tunes, Wicked Broadway show is an absolute must see. Wicked was a direct sensation in New York as it premiered in 2004. That year, it had been nominated for 10 Tony awards and won 3 such as Best Scenic Design and Best Costume Design. The series itself is absolutely magnificent visually.
In Wicked, we eventually get to determine how Glinda the fantastic Witch had a hand in the creation of the Wicked picture her college partner Elphaba finally adopts. Like most young children, Elphaba differs. Having an astute mind and obviously green epidermis, Elphaba was not likely to match. She’s equally passionate and dedicated and totally jaded by Glinda and her favorite friends. Wicked Broadway show closely investigates the connections between women, reminds us that what seems to be true is not always so, and takes another look in a traditional American icon of evil. You may think that you can not envision an Oz with no Dorothy, the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, and the Scarecrow. Give Wicked’s variant of Oz an opportunity and it’ll transcend each and every expectation you have.
Your kids will adore Wicked for the gorgeous costumes, magical, and tunes. You’ll love Wicked because of its clever revision of a timeless and amazing acting. Wicked is merely a must-see!