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GERSHWIN THEATER

222 West 51st Street, New York, NY 10019

WICKED

Now showing, Open Run

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Wicked is more than wicked . . . it's brilliant!,
Jul 08, 2008
reviewer: from Lexington,
We absolutely loved it!!! It's a must see along with Lion King.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
oh just go see Wicked.,
Jul 08, 2008
reviewer: from methuen, mass
the show was amazing. i absolutely loved it. i thought it would be stupid at first because i went to go see it during my eighth grade class trip, but when we went to go see it, it was completely the opposite of stupid. i would recommend it for anyone planning a great night in New York. no matter what seats you get also, theres a fantastic view! you dont miss a thing! the point is, you must see it!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
You're Really Wicked If You Don't Go And See This Play,
Jun 20, 2008
reviewer: from New York, N.Y.
By sheer dumb luck we scored front row dead center seats for the June 19th, 2008 show. The staff were so nice and kept congradulating us. The show was amazing. From the scenery, to the breathtaking beautiful costumery--especially during the emerald city scenes, and the heartfelt performances it was an overly emotional experience for the both of us. Kendra Kassebaum was Glinda at the performance. She captures the bubbleness of the Good witch, was cute as a button, and oh so funny. Chelsea Krombach the understudy performed as Elphaba and was fantastic!! The story follows their relationship from beginning to end, and she was able to capture that whimsical quirky quality of her character as an adolescent and she sang her heart out. Last but not least David Burnham played the shallow prince to a T. He was so sarcastic and hilarious at the same time I couldn't stop laughing. The play was just incredible. I would recommend this for anyone but it might be scary for little kids. Go and see it.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
wicked,
Jun 18, 2008
reviewer: from u.k
You really hv got a treat coming ur way kerry ellis is the best elphaba ever i bet u hv neva heard a voice quite lk hers its just amazing so powerful! treat her well we wont her bk n no u cant keep her hehe!

 

love thee Ellis!

 

XXX
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
GOOD LUCK,
Jun 17, 2008
reviewer: from uk
''BREAK A LEG'' vibes coming all the way from England especially for Kerry Ellis!!

 

Broadway's got a new baby, you're going to LOVE her!

 

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