Elphaba and Glinda defied gravity as they flew into Perth yesterday ahead of their first performance at the Crown Theatre this Sunday. Arriving by helicopter at Kings Park, they were greeted by spellbound students from Rosalie Primary School.
On Tuesday 11 March members of the WICKED cast joined Australian co-producer John Frost inside the greenified Doltone House to officially launch the Broadway Blockbuster’s Sydney season.
Hosted by Richard Wilkins, the event introduced cast members Lucy Durack, Jemma Rix, Steve Danielsen, Reg Livermore and Maggie Kirkpatrick to Sydney audiences.
Giving attendees a preview of some of the gravity defying performances they can expect when the show reaches the Capitol Theatre in September, the talented cast also shared their views on what makes WICKED so magical.
Group bookings for WICKED in Sydney are now open. Prepare to be spellbound with 12+ friends and secure great seats and save.
On 8 July, the WICKED cast traded the Emerald City for the streets of Melbourne’s CBD to officially announce the production’s return to Melbourne for a strictly limited season in 2014.
To celebrate the occasion, WICKED Australian co-producer John Frost was joined by Minister for the Arts, Women’s Affairs and Consumer Affairs, Hon. Heidi Victoria MP on the steps of Melbourne’s Town Hall. Following its return to Melbourne, the WICKED Australian comeback tour will then travel to Sydney and Brisbane. Join the waitlist now for Sydney and Brisbane and book your tickets for Melbourne.
Watch the video to see this thrillifying event!
Thrillifying news! WICKED on Broadway has announced the commencement of the WICKED Games. Click on the following link to see the Journey of the Wand video. When you watch it keep your eye out for some Australian backdrops and our very own WICKED cast.