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Fans of "The Wizard of Oz" will love learning the real story of the Witches of Oz! Wicked on Broadway tells the moving story of two friends, Elphaba and Glinda, before they were known as "wicked" or "good," and long before Dorothy and Toto made their way to Oz. The successful show, which features the smash-hit song, "Defying Gravity," has been around for more than 10 years now. In addition to its residency at the Gershwin Theatre in New York City, Wicked also has two tours currently visiting cities across the country! See the musical everyone loves with Wicked tickets!
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Everyone loves Dorothy, Toto, and Glinda the Good Witch, but what about Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West? This is your chance to watch her story, and the truth may surprise you. After riding her broomstick to the Gershwin Theatre, the green girl has performed in venues like the London Apollo Victoria and the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco. On the Wicked national tour, audiences love songs like "Defying Gravity" and "No Good Deed."
So check the theatre schedule, and enjoy the show. And if you love your Wicked tickets, remember that TicketNetwork also lists Wizard of Oz tickets, Lion King seats, and a variety of Broadway tickets for you.
A prequel to The Wizard of Oz, the Wicked plot begins before Dorothy leaves Kansas. A green skinned girl from Munchkinland, Elphaba Thropp deals with discrimination and helps take care of her disabled sister, Nessarose. When she goes to college, her Shiz University roommate is a pretty blonde called Galinda Upland. Although it is hate at first site, the girls eventually form an uneasy friendship. But what happens when they both fall in love with Fiyero Tiggular, the Winkie prince?
When a goat professor named Doctor Dillamond disappears, their relationship gets complicated. Elphaba rebels against the Wizard and tries to fight for talking animal rights, but Galinda just wants to be "Popular." Get Wicked tickets at TicketNetwork to find out how two students become the Witches of Oz.