Wicked

Wicked

Current Cast

Synopsis

This prequel reimagining of The Wizard of Oz follows the friendship between Elphaba, better known as the Wicked Witch of the West, and Glinda the Good. Music by Stephen Schwartz, book by Winnie Holzman.

Audience

Older Children, Teenagers, and Families

Location

Gershwin Theatre
222 West 51st Street
New York, NY 10019

Weekly Performances

Monday – 7:00 PM
Tuesday – 7:00 PM
Wednesday – 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM
Thursday – 8:00 PM
Friday – 8:00 PM
Saturday – 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Sunday – NO PERFORMANCE

Weekly Ticket Prices

Monday – $92.00 to $202.00
Tuesday – $92.00 to $202.00
Wednesday – $77.00 to $202.00 (2:00 PM), $92.00 to $202.00 (7:00 PM)
Thursday – $92.00 to $202.00
Friday – $92.00 to $202.00
Saturday – $77.00 to $202.00 (2:00 PM), $92.00 to $202.00 (8:00 PM)

Best Ticket Discounts

Lottery – There is an online ticket lottery through Broadway Direct. Only 1 entry per person. Entries are accepted on the day of the performance. Each entry can request up to 2 tickets. Winners will have the opportunity to purchase up to 2 tickets for $35 each. Tickets must be purchased by credit card through the website within the allotted window, 60 minutes after winners are chosen.

Student Tickets – Student discounted tickets are available Tuesday thru Thursday and Sunday matinees through the box office for $69, limit of 2 per customer with a student ID and subject to availability. Note: Only available April 5 thru May 26.

Cheapest Days

Wednesday 2:00 PM and Saturday 2:00 PM

Suggested Day

Wednesday 2:00 PM

Suggested Dining

Sapporo

Tony Awards (Winners Underlined)

Best Actress in a Musical – Kristin Chenoweth
Best Actress in a Musical – Idina Menzel
Best Book of a Musical – Winnie Holzman
Best Choreography – Wayne Cilento
Best Costume Design – Susan Hilferty
Best Lighting Design – Kenneth Posner
Best Musical
Best Orchestrations – William David Brohn
Best Original Score – Stephen Schwartz
Best Scenic Design – Eugene Lee

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