Wicked at Gershwin Theatre

Wicked Tickets

Gershwin Theatre | New York City, NY

Wicked on Broadway tells the story of Elphaba, the hated Wicked Witch of the West, and Glinda, the kind good witch from The Wizard of Oz. Wicked delivers a new and somewhat surprising take on a well-loved story and is suitable for all ages. The underlying themes [staying true to oneself, doing what’s right even if it is difficult etc.] are woven throughout the story and are more relevant than ever in today’s social environment. The music is inspirational and the message is powerful. It is impossible to watch Wicked on Broadway without becoming emotionally attached to at least one of the characters. So come and see it now at the Gershwin Theatre.

Wicked at Gershwin Theatre

Wicked! Is a story of friendship and betrayal, alliance and conflict, a story of how things could have been so, so different. Before the famous Dorothy lands anywhere near the land of Oz, before there even was a Tin-man, a scaredy-cat Lion or a Scarecrow. Wicked brings you the excitement, the conspiracy, the mix-ups and the masterful story of friendship and identity, uncover more about all the iconic characters from the Land of Oz! Tickets are obtainable now for Wicked! Only at the wonderful Gershwin Theatre in the city of New York City on the Friday 3rd September 2021. A long, long time a go in the charmed Land of Oz, Elphaba, born with emerald green skin and a fiery temperament, becomes best friends with Galinda, a lovable but naïve blonde. Until the two witches fall in love with the same man, the Winkle Prince Fiyero Tigelaar, and are fooled by the wicked Wizard of Oz into becoming enemies, thus creating the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good, defender of Oz! Spells will sizzle and monkeys’ will fly, in this enormously exciting origin story, find out exactly where the Tin-man, the Scarecrow and the Lion came from. Book your tickets now to the enchanted Wicked! Only at the marvelous Gershwin Theatre in the city of New York City.

Wicked at Gershwin Theatre

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