Now that WICKED has opened in Seoul, we’ve put together a gallery of photos from the opening week for you to see. This gallery of brand new cast photos features your favourite cast members, and a few new faces too.

Congratulations to the Australian Company who along with Local Presenter Seol & Co opened WICKED in Seoul on Thursday night.

Here they are looking beautiful after the performance.

 

These lucky winners of the Channel 7 Watch and Win promo, not only got to go along and see the show but they also went back stage at the Burswood Theatre and had a photo taken with cast members Elisa Colla (Nessarose), Lucy Durack (Glinda) and Ryan Sheppard (Chistery). Congratulations to all and we hope you had a fantastic night.

On Sunday 10 July, WICKED celebrated their 3rd Birthday with the help of many fans dressed in WICKED fancy dress. The winners of the fancy dress competition were invited on stage to assist the cast cut the fantastic cake. Kindly supplied by Burswood and created by Burswood’s Executive Sous Chef, Jochen Beranek and Sous Chef, Rohitha Ediweera, the cake measured 1.2m x 0.8m. Take a look at the photos of the cake and also the winners of the fancy dress competition. Thanks to all who helped to celebrate this occasion.

The Opening Night performance of WICKED in Perth was on last Thursday 23 June at Burswood Theatre.

Check out these photos of the curtain call.

The fabulous Maggie Kirkpatrick (“Madame Morrible”) will read excerpts from Gregory Macquire’s novel, WICKED at the Goodwood Library near Adelaide on Thursday, 19 May at 2:00 pm. Join us as Maggie gives an overview and answers questions about her character. While you’re there, check out the WICKED exhibit. Can’t make it to Goodwood? We’ve also put up a WICKED exhibit at the Stirling Library in the Adelaide Hills.

After travelling thousands of kilometres in seventeen semi-trailers WICKED, the worldwide smash hit musical phenomenon has arrived in Adelaide. WICKED’s emerald premiere was on Sunday night at the Adelaide Festival Centre and the response was ozsome.

Thanks to all our sponsor who helped the night to be a success including George Gross and Harry Watt, pictured here with Lucy Durack and Jemma Rix wearing beautiful George Gross and Harry Who creations. After the show the cast and crew frocked up for a small celebration.

Hey WICKED fans, in a twilight ceremony at the Festival Centre last night Bert Newton as The Wizard, Douglas Gautier, Artistic Director and CEO Adelaide Festival Centre and Paul Shaw, Director of Sales and Marketing, InterContinental Adelaide together with WICKED’s Adelaide Facebook fans dressed in green ‘greenified’ the Adelaide Festival Centre, the Adelaide Casino and Railway Station and the InterContinental Hotel.

Jemma Rix showed some serious Hollywood glam at Damien Anthony Rossi’s Oscars Party on February 28th in Brisbane. Jemma surprised guest Chris Herden when she sang a special Happy Birthday for him.

Jemma, accompanied by her husband Josh, looked stunning in a gold, one-off designer gown from GEORGE GROSS AND HARRY WHO.

GEORGE GROSS AND HARRY WHO – “WICKED’s Official Ladies Fashion Provider”

Good and WICKED came together on stage on Sunday 9 January to raise more than $92,000, well over what was originally thought, with all proceeds going to ACT for Kids, an Australian charity providing free professional therapy to treat and prevent child abuse and neglect.

ACT for Kids CEO, Dr Neil Carrington, said the proceeds from WICKED Final Dress Rehearsal in Brisbane on 9 January will go a long way in the fight against child abuse.

Those lucky enough to get tickets to the sell-out Final Dress Rehearsal were the first to see WICKED in Brisbane before QPAC experienced the wrath of Mother Nature and opening night was postponed due to flooding.

WICKED is now playing with new seats on sale now to book go to qpac.com.au or call qtix on 136 246.

 

Last weekend members from the WICKED team joined over 55,000 volunteers that helped clean up Brisbane and surrounding areas. Rob Baker, Candice Wilson, Gretel Scarlett, Suzie Mathers, Cameron Flint and Alice Marklew from the WICKED team put their brooms to good use at the Queensland Theatre Company.

To join in the volunteer effort phone Volunteering Queensland on 1800 994 100 or see emergencyvolunteering.com.au.

Capital Thai has been supportive of WICKED from day 1! They have created a WICKED Theatre Menu, introduced GREEN lighting in the restaurant and displayed WICKED brochures. The Capital Thai staff look OZ-SOME in the WICKED Australia t-shirts and they provide an excellent dining experience for all! Capitol Theatre patrons love dining next door and Capital Thai, and you should drop and try their delicious food for yourself.

We would like to thank John Pompanya, the restaurant’s owner, by inviting John and a guest to see WICKED at the Capitol Theatre. The Winning Package includes: 2 x A-reserve tickets, 2 signature cocktails, 2 ice creams and a WICKED program.

In addition a story about Capital Thai will be shown on the WICKED facebook page: www.facebook.com/wickedinoz & also here in the news section of the WICKED website

Congratulations to John and the Capital Thai team!

 

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