MILWAUKEE, May 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The hugely popular musical had a San Francisco tryout in 2003 and had its official opening there at the Curran Theatre. On Broadway, it opened at Gershwin Theatre on October 30, where it is still playing today. Touring productions are occurring at different locations across the U.S. and elsewhere. SuperbTicketsOnline.com has reduced the prices of Broadway tickets, and theatergoers can obtain good seats affordably for the show of their choice.
The Broadway production at the Gershwin Theatre has broken house records twenty times over, grossing well over $1 million every week of its run. The musical is also doing quite well in other locations and has been experiencing financial success as well as delighting audiences across the nation. Some of the other cities in the U.S. where the production is currently showing or will be running at a future time are Albuquerque, Austin, Chicago, Little Rock, Des Moines, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Spokane, Providence, San Antonio, Toledo, and Tulsa, among other locations.
Wizard of Oz fans are well aware of Glinda the Good Witch of the North and the evil Witch of the West. If they have ever wondered how the two witches developed into the characters that show up in the famous L. Frank Baum story, this musical may well supply them with answers to their questions. The story goes into detail about Galinda and Elphaba, who later become the witches seen in the Wizard of Oz. Audiences learn about their younger years, the development of their personalities, and the friendship that occurs between both of them. It is a very interesting story that is accompanied by a great musical score, and audiences can easily see why the show won three Tonys and six Drama Desk Awards. The cast album was also awarded a Grammy.
Wicked tickets have been selling steadily for the Broadway production and all other showings in the United States and other regions. The musical celebrated the prestigious event of its ninth anniversary in October of last year, with over 3,800 performances having been shown. This makes the musical the 12th longest-running show on Broadway.
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