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Wicked Indianapolis | Murat Theatre

Wicked Indianapolis | Murat Theatre

The Wicked Witch of the West flies back to Indianapolis this fall! Opening on November 13, 2013, the phenomenal touring production of Wicked plays the Murat Theatre of the Old National Centre until December 1. Wicked is a Season Special of Broadway in Indianapolis’ blockbuster 2013-2014 offerings.

A vivid and fascinating re-imaging of the beloved classic The Wizard of Oz tale, Wicked highlights the untold prequel of some of the most unforgettable characters in Oz, especially that of Elphaba (Wicked Witch of the West) and of Glinda (Good Witch of the North or Glinda The Good). With its gripping plot, stunning sets, and breathtaking stagecraft, Wicked is the must-see Broadway blockbuster this fall!

Experience Wicked as it works it magic at the Murat Theatre on Tuesday to Wednesday evenings at 7:30 PM, on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 PM, and on Sunday nights at 6:30 PM, with afternoon shows on weekends at 2 PM every Saturday and 1 PM every Sunday.

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Wicked Indianapolis Cast
Elphaba – Laurel Harris
Glinda – Carrie St. Louis
Madame Morrible – Kristine Zbornik
The Wizard – John Davidson
Nessarose – Emily Behny
Dr. Dillamond – Michael Devries
Fiyero – Ashley Parker Angel
Boq – Lee Slobotkin

Creative
Music & Lyrics – Stephen Schwartz
Book – Winne Holzman
Director – Joe Mantello
Musical Staging – Wayne Cilento
Scenic Designer – Eugene Lee
Costume Designer – Susan Hilferty

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“If these are well-worn, even threadbare themes to explore, then consider the larger plot mechanisms of Wicked, wherein the Land of Oz is filled with Nozi-types who seek to repress animals, rob them of speech, cage them and basically create an underclass.” – Jim Poyser of Nuvo

“The first 10 minutes or so still clunks along like ersatz “Evita.” The choreography still feels minimally invasive rather than integral and exciting. Dialogue scenes still come off like third drafts rather than final products.It’s saddled with a second act where lesser songs, including “Wonderful” and “No Good Dead Goes Unpunished,” dominate. And key plot elements are lifted from Elton John’s “Aida” (strong but “different” woman forms friendship with fashion-centric ditz, gets the guy, and inspires blonde to be a better ruler).” – Lou Harry of IBJ

“With its 10th anniversary this year, and nine current productions performing around the globe, I must say I was completely floored (meaning I, of all people, was momentarily speechless) during intermission.” – Elizabeth J. Musgrave of Gotta Go

Address: 502 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Murat Theatre Capacity: 2600

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