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Jimmy from Minneapolis, Minnesota
WELL WORTH ATTENDING
Was really good. I feel that Elphaba only got the part because she is green. Other green people would have done a better job. Other than that I had a wicked good time.
Kim Joens from Houston, Texas
WICKED AT THE MAJESTIC THEATER IN SAN ANTONIO
This was my second time seeing Wicked, first was in Houston. I have to say it was a lovely venue but a little smaller than what I was used to. We had an understudy to an understudy, as I understood it, for Elphaba and she was off a little in the first Act on some songs, and not on cue with Galinda. In the Act II she did much better. This happened in Houston to, but it was the first understudy. I know sometimes this cannot be helped.
Nicole from Norfolk
2ND TIME AS GOOD AS THE FIRST
Saw the show last night in Norfolk. I had seen it at the same location on it's previous tour to our area. Loved it as before. Elphaba was a powerful singer, Glinda was hilarious in a "blonde" kind of way. Thought this wizard was better than the previous tour, but thought the ensemble was weaker overall.
Shawn r from Ottawa
GIRLS, LEAVE YOUR BOYFRIENDS AT HOME.
School gossip, love triangle, Twist ending. It's got it all. A little too long and boring for this fellow. Second half much better paced than the first... Wife and I both had a hard time making out some of the lyrics. Didn't impact my enjoyment, but it did for her. Girls, leave the guys at home and have a great night out. You'll both have a better time.
Matt S. from Chicago, Illinois
Seeing Wicked tonight for the second time, fourth for my wife. This incarnation had all the fabulous sets, lights, musicians, but the entire performance was drained of its energy by the sound personnel. I checked max dB levels (not counting the wizard vocal effects) with band and vocals combined they were topping out at 85dB. That's at a climax of a song! During dialog I had readings in the upper 60's. We were literally leaning in all night to hear both band and vocals. It was insane! I could actually hear the compression on individual vocals and what sounded like a heavy compression on the vocal group. That's not all bad, but the whole level needed to come up 6dB and the vocals more like 9dB. Really disappointed. BTW, I was sitting in the fourth (last) row of the loge 15 seats off center, so there should have been plenty of sound there. The sound that was there was clean and clear, just way to soft. Come on man, find the master fader and turn it up!
Netty from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
DID NOT COMPARE TO BROADWAY!
I saw "Wicked" on Broadway and it was my all time favorite! I had told my daughter about it and when it came to Pittsburgh she bought us tickets for Christmas. Well, I was sadly disappointed! It feel flat compared to the one in NYC! My daughter couldn't imagine why this was my favorite show and I explained it just wasn't the same. Since then I have talked to others that felt the same way!
Dimples from Boston, Massachusetts
FAIR NIGHT OUT
Saw the show in Boston tonight. Show was fine. Sound mix was poor and distracting. Gah-linda's mannerisms were spot on and Elphaba had a lovely voice. Show runs a wee bit long for my taste. Your millage may vary.
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The performance of 'Defying Gravity' at the end of Act I will give you chills.
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