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Before Dorothy arrived in Oz, there was a girl with emerald-green skin — misunderstood, and extremely talented. Find out what happens when she meets an exceptionally popular blonde, and their initial rivalry gives way to the most unlikeliest of friendships …until the world decides to label one as “good,” and the other as “wicked.”
Relive your childhood memories of reading this book by watching novelist Gregory Maguire's 1995 adult variation on the Wizard of Oz mythology on stage
"The most complete, and completely satisfying, musical I've come across in a long time." --Elysa Gardner, USA TODAY
This play has been named Best Musical Show Album at the 47th Grammy Awards and is a 3-time Tony award winner
1) Is there a possibility that I will get partial view seating with my Wicked tickets?
No, you will only receive full view seats as your Wicked tickets. Although, there are a few seats in the Balcony section that have a thin structural pipe within eyesight. This, however, will not hamper your view or affect your show experience.
2) Is there a dress code for Wicked?
Smart casual is recommended. Keep in mind the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
3) Is there a minimum age requirement to watch Wicked?
The minimum age requirement to attend a show here is five years. However, we recommend that young audience members be at least eight years of age to attend a performance of Wicked.
4) Is the ticket price for children different than adults?
No, children will have to purchase a full priced ticket.
5) Does The Gershwin Theater have wheelchair accessible seating?
Wheelchair accessible seating is available; however, seats are subject to availability.
6) What is Wicked's duration and will there be an intermission?
The show runs for 2 hours and 30 minutes, with one intermission.
7) Can we bring outside food into the theater?
Food and beverages from outside are strictly prohibited.There are two bars located on the theater’s second floor and two bars located on the fourth floor where refreshments may be purchased. Water or soda bottle with a closed cap are the only beverages permitted inside the auditorium. Bar service begins 60 minutes before the show starts.
8) Can I can bring a bag, luggage, camera etc.?
No large pieces of luggage are allowed inside, but you can check them in at the Secure Baggage Area, located near the entrance. Handbags, cameras, and other small accessories are allowed inside. If carrying a camera, be sure to keep it in your bag at all times. Photography is strictly prohibited inside the theater.
9) What time should I arrive at the theater?
We recommend reaching the theater 30 minutes before curtain time. Performances begin promptly at the time stated on your ticket and the theater reserves the right to deny entry if you are late.
10) Will my Wicked seats be together?
Yes, we always make sure your reservation seats are together. Keep in mind, many theaters use an odd and even-numbered sequence for seating.
I booked the incorrect date for my Broadway tickets. I emailed Head out and someone responded back to be within an hour, confirmed the changes without any extra charges and sent me my new ticket with the correct dates I wanted. Great service!! Very happy :)
The Headout staff is very customer friendly. I had plenty of opportunity to talk with a representative. I ordered my tickets during a night shift at work, and had a person (not a computer) to talk with, immediately. Very pleasent. Would use them again.
"Wizard of Oz" fans will be fascinated by all the back stories, answering such questions as "Is Glinda really that good?" and "Where did the flying monkeys come from?" But the best thing about Wicked is its stars, whose talents cast a powerful spell.
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The Gershwin Theatre, 222 W 51st Street, New York