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Cathy Comfort from Coeur d'Alene ID
IF YOU ONLY SEE ONE MUSICAL, MAKE IT THIS ONE!
This musical is fast-paced, gorgeous, full of pathos and humor. Dialogue is superb, songs are breath-taking. Takes the simple old Wizard of Oz to a depth and breadth that I wouldn't have thought possible. It's the WofO for grown-ups. But not just grown-ups. Saw people of all ages in the theater, and everyone was enthralled. If you only see one musical in your lifetime, make it this one! A true gift for the senses.
Becca from Omaha, Nebraska
2008-Chicago-I was speechless and overwhelmed. The character development and how the performers portrayed them was phenomenal! Hoping to see in Omaha (my hometown) this Spring. I would recommend dining outside of the "old market". Parking is expensive and the Orpheum (while gorgeous and newly renovated) is downtown.
Sam from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
This show was absolutely awesome! The songs and voices were beautiful and powerful. Show was funny, costumes were gorgeous, set was magnificent. You do not want to miss this!
Monica from Cleveland, Ohio
This show is remarkable, humorous, and the singing is phenomenal. It was my first musical and it is totally engaging. It allows you to view The Wizard of Oz from the witches point of view and it correlates well with the original story. I would highly recommend this show! It's a must see and I will definately go see it again!
Jackie Grospitch from North Olmsted, oh
This is the second time I've seen this production, and I would watch it over and over!!! The cast and characters did a great job!!! There is no bad seat in the house!!! Great evening in downtown Cleveland, OH with great friends and a wonderful show!!!
from Grand Rapids, Michigan
WICKED IN GRAND RAPIDS BREATHTAKING
This was the 5th time I have seen the play with all different casts. All of the performances on November 1st were fabulous!!! Jon Robert Hall was the best Fiero I have ever seen! Always relevant and inspiring. If I lived in GR, I would be at the Wicked Lottery every night!!
from Cincinnati, Ohio
AWESOME SHOW, BUT WHAT TIME IS IT ???
Saw the show tonight for the first time and loved it. Elphaba was the bomb! I have to recommend this to all who haven't seen it before. You've got to see it once, though friends returned 8 or 9 times. Now, I have a question for the stage manager at the Aronoff Center. Forgive my absolute nurdity for even noticing, but the prominent clock on stage has written dead center SIDERAL TIME. Why the mispelling? It should be SIDEREAL TIME, though I guess most don't notice because most have no clue what SIDEREAL TIME is. Simply defined, it's a measure of time used by astronomers that is based on the stars, not the sun (as in our 'solar time'). It allows astronomers to better track movements in the sky.
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enchanting Brilliant TIMELESS
The performance of 'Defying Gravity' at the end of Act I will give you chills.
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