Gershwin Theatre | New York City, New York
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The production recommends it for children aged seven and up, although children younger than that will still enjoy it. Do note, however, that there are bits that can get a tad dark and scary − and loud − so prepare the younger ones ahead of time. They will also like it more if they are already familiar with the storyline, so it may be a good idea for them to watch (or a good excuse to re-watch) the classic movie before going for WICKED the musical. Stay-at-home mum Alicia Tan, 38, says, “The last time it was here, my kids both loved it. They were five and nine then. The older one is insisting we go watch it again this time round!”. What more do we need to say? Get your tickets for WICKED at the Gershwin Theatre in New York City here!
Tickets are available now for Wicked! Only at the stunning Gershwin Theatre in the city of New York City on the Friday 10th September 2021. This is the origin story for the Land of Oz, beginning way, way before the famous Dorothy and her ruby slippers crash-land in the land of Oz, with the teen witches Elphaba and Galinda at the magical Shiz University, and how their rivalry turns into a very improbable friendship. Oh! The wonderful Wizard of Oz! Except he’s not that brilliant really… When Elphaba first meets the Wizard, she instantly realizes that he is an imposter and a charlatan, and through a series of unfortunate accidents, she runs from the Emerald city. In her absence the Wizard frames Elphaba and convinces young Galinda, her one-time BFF to go up against her! Oh, the drama! Not to mention that Elphaba and Galinda are both in love with the same man too! Come on, book your tickets to this insanely dramatic, magical love story. Its got wicked witches, flying monkeys, all your old friends including the Tin-man, the Scarecrow and that fearless Lion! Wicked! Only at the marvelous Gershwin Theatre in the enchanted city of New York City! It’s going to be a spellbinding show!