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11/17/2014: Come out, come out, wherever you are and have a Wicked Good Time!
Inspired by the classic MGM technicolor motion picture, The Wizard of Oz, this year celebrating its 75th anniversary, we now have the smash hit musical,“Wicked," celebrating an anniversary of its own, a ten year run with over 50 awards!
The MGM motion picture was released in 1939, based on L. Frank Baum’s book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” published in 1900. His book and the MGM movie boasts several entries in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. MGM writers were responsible for turning the silver slippers from Baum’s book into ruby red for the simple reason that silver films as silver in black & white just as it would in color. The 1939 classic was the most fantastical Technicolor movie of its time. Factoid: Its believed that Baum named the imaginary Land of Oz while telling stories to children in the candy section of his small retail store when he glanced over at a bottom file cabinet marked O - Z.
The novel, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, by Gregory Maquire was published in 1995. About 30% of its content was “lightened up,” giving us a script and libretto with a spirited, family friendly musical telling us the tale of the unlikely friendship between Elphaba (the Wicked Witch of the West) and Glinda (the Good Witch of the North) and a whole lot more! Note: Read Maquire’s book before handing it over to children. Its very well written with mature, sometimes unexpected adult themed content. You probably won’t find it in the children’s section at your local public library.
No worries about ordering tickets from FrontRowTickets.com, we have things covered and want you and whomever you get for to have a Wicked Good Time. The writers for Wicked did a great job making this adaptation suitable for audiences of all ages. The little ones will still be just a little bit afraid of the Wicked Witch, just as we were when we first saw Margret Hamilton in her unprecedented portrayal of the role, still untouched by any other actress, except for the amazing talents that portray the role of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, in Wicked. These Actresses go through rigorous training, not only as actresses, but as vocalists, plus they need to know how to fly through a theater on a broomstick.
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09/25/2014: Hey Wicked fans! Here's a few things you may not have known about your favorite musical. Wicked initially recieved mixed reviews from critics and actually lost the Tony Award for Best Musical to "Avenue Q". Despite the pitfalls in the beginning, the show has become a global phenomenon, and has been performed in 13 countries and translated into 5 different languages. Lastly, the Wicked Witch is devoid of a name in the original L. Frank Baum novel. Gregory Maguire created the name out of Baum's initials: L.F.B.-Elphaba.
08/18/2014: Stephen Schwartz, the composer of Wicked, has recently commented on exactly when the hit musical will make it to the big screen. Any answers given in regards to when preparation for the movie will actually begin have been extraordinarily vague up until this point. Schwartz seems to think this very well could be Wicked's year to make the jump, and fans of the bewitching show could not be more excited!
07/22/2104: Famous youtube vocalists Peter Hollens and Nick Pitera have collaborated to create a Wicked medley composed for men's voices. The two had been debating which song to use for a duet for months, and the idea of a Wicked medley was the only one that seemed to stick. Hollens explained the Broadway tunes suit Pitera's voice beautifully, and the two recorded the duet in Hollens' garage in Oregon. Pitera took care of their attire for the video, while Hollens attended to the audio. Next time you're cruising around on youtube, be sure to check out this duo's musical creation!
07/08/2104: After performing the hit Broadway musical across the pond for two years, Gina Beck is traveling to the land of stars and stripes to start the U.S. Tour. The actress played Glinda back in the West End, and explained she has had put a lot of effort toward learning her part with an American accent. She also commented that Glinda's persona was a bit different in London. She was seen as more of a daddy's girl, while Americans view her as the queen bee of high school or a peppy cheerleader type. Its so interesting to consider the different cultural spins on art that is appreciated around the world.
07/01/2014: It looks like our beloved musical is making its way to theaters! There is a bit of controversy concerning the question of who will be playing the lead role. Idina Menzel, the Tony Award winner and the voice behind Frozen's hit song, “Let It Go”, is currently favored for the role. Lea Michelle of Glee, however, has also expressed interest in the invigorating role of Elphaba. Who would you choose for the role?
06/23/2014: The songs from Wicked are contagious and performed by many. Kristen Chenoweth and Lea Michele performed the iconic ballad 'For Good' over the past weekend. Chenoweth was in the original Broadway production, in which she performed the ballad with her co-star, Idina Menzel. Michele, the glee star, was delighted to share the ballad with Chenoweth, as the broadway star had helped her last year when Corey Monteith passed away. The two sung the ballad with heart, drawing tears from every eye in the audience.
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