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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Kerry Ellis,
Jun 12, 2008
reviewer: from London
All You Americans Who have Stolen Our Elphaba (KERRY ELLIS) - Boy Have You Got Somrthing To Look Forward To - She Is The Best Ever Elphaba - Her Last Night In London on 7th June Was Mind Blowing
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Wicked is......swankified!!,
May 09, 2008
reviewer: from California
What can I say about Wicked that hasn't already been said. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and it will make you want to see it about a thousand times!! I saw the L.A. cast a few months ago with Caissie Levy and Megan Hilty and Elphie and Glinda. They were sooo fantastic I can barely put it into words. Lets just saw from the moment the time dragon started moving my jaw was in my lap. The set and the costumes are fabulous as well. Go see Wicked you will not regret it!!!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Standby Elphaba!,
Mar 26, 2008
reviewer: from New York City
I had seen Stephanie J. Block on Jan. 4. Loved her so much, so I went to see her again. March 16th. I went to go see it with my friend who I raved to ehr about Steph and the show. We got there and I felt like I was about to have a heart attack when I saw she wasn't there. Lisa Brescia was filling in for her.Iwould always recomend this but the thin is Lisa doesn't have a belting voice. She was good but there was something missing in her performance.I had seats right in the middle, m friend, and candy. Still after all these dreadful remarks, please go see the show. If you get Lisa, cry but you'll still enjoy. The sets, costumes, and lighting is just fantastic. After Steph defys gravvity you'll be like, this the best show on the planet. Enjoy the show!SJB ROXS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
"So If You Care To See It, Look To N-Y-C",
Feb 27, 2008
reviewer: from USA
This show is an eye opening musical towards all that was hidden from you in The Wizard Of Oz. When I went to see it on National Tour I was awestruck. The costumes were too much to handle and on top of that were the sets! Once I got through with the sets and costumes I new the actresses and actors I would never get over them. Carmen Cusack was Elphaba and Katie Rose Clarke as Glinda and I would have to say after seeing them anyone else would be hard to beet. When Carmen sang Defying Gravity I almost cried with tears of joy! Anywhere you go N-Y-C to L.A. you will be just as awestruck as I was, that is a promise!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Simply Wonderful!,
Feb 03, 2008
reviewer: from Virginia
WOW!!! As a fan of the book by Gregory Maguire, I was SO excited when we got tickets to the show. I must say I was completely blown away. The music, the set, the costumes, the actors---all were amazing. Stephanie Block's Elphaba was PERFECT, and after her number, "Defying Gravity" at the end of the first act, all the audience members looked around at one another and said, "Omigosh, this show is amazing!" And the second act was even more spectacular than the first. Kids would love it too, especially those who have seen the 1939 "Wizard of Oz" film. Some scenes might be scary for younger children, but adults and kids alike would love "Wicked." I laughed and I cried, and even my husband loved it! Definitely a must-see. Can't wait to see it again!
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