Wicked Oklahoma City | Civic Center Music Hall

Wicked Oklahoma City | Civic Center Music Hall

Celebrity Attractions brings another runaway Broadway hit to the Oklahoma Civic Center Music Hall. Wicked, the modern classic hit that has garnered over 35 major awards, flies in and will paint the town green for a limited run this September!

Before a young girl named Dorothy Gale and her little dog from Kansas fell on a witch, met a Scarecrow, followed the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City, and exposed a great Wizard for being a fraud, there were two young women who defied the ways of the world and whose friendship changed the land of Oz forever. Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz is the story full of magic, corruption, love triangles, talking animals, but most of all of friendship between two unlikely room mates who touch each others lives for good.

Catch Elphaba the odd green girl, Glinda the popular blonde, the mysterious Wizard, the dashing Fiyero, and all the other Ozians at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma from September 4 through 22, 2013 only. Ticket sales and performance times will be made available shortly.

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Wicked Oklahoma City Cast
Elphaba – Laurel Harris
Glinda – Kara Lindsay
Madame Morrible – Kathy Fitzgerald
The Wizard – Gene Weygandt
Nessarose – Emily Behny
Dr. Dillamond – Michael Devries
Fiyero – Matt Shingledecker
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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“The show hits technical peaks in such moments when Elphaba’s natural power of sorcery “escapes” in a type of uncontrollable emotional outburst similar to Stephen King’s Carrie. Nessarose’s wheelchair twirls, paintings change in frenzied flashes and the actors shriek. It’s only detriment is that it is perhaps disappointingly underutilized.” – Adam Knapp of Oklahoma Gazette

Address: 201 North Walker Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Civic Center Music Hall Capacity: 2500

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