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This huge hit Broadway musical, which opened at the Gershwin Theater on Oct 30, 2003, celebrates its Third Anniversary this month. Directed by Joe Mantello and Choreographed by Wayne Cilento, the show has a sense of wit, and is written as a prequel to the popular ‘Wizard of Oz.’ This well written book by Winnie Holzman is so well directed that it fully justifies the $100 Wicked tickets. If you are an admirer of Oz, this extravaganza of music and theatrics on Broadway will be irresistible. The delightful musical score, the lavishly decorated sets, the creative direction, cast a wonderful spell of suspense and laughter.
The cast of is steeped in talent. Rarely does one see two actors, or actresses – in this case – perform in a show-stopping manner. Wicked is one of those rare ‘must see’ productions, with performances that are splendid, to say the least, and the visual production as dazzling as could be. No wonder, you need to book your tickets quite in advance, and no wonder, it has completed three years of continuous running.
The hit Broadway musical is said to be “the most complete, and completely satisfying, new musical” which will make you laugh, cry and think for all the right reasons. Wicked Tickets Information
Wicked tickets at the Gershwin Theater are always sold out, and the theater offers no discounts, unless for group sales, through lottery, and for partial view or obstructed view tickets. Certain limited number of seats at the side in the orchestra section has obstructed view of the sections of the back of the scenic design, and so are available with heavy discounts, as much as 50 percent.
The normal price range is $50 to $100, and are available through the theater’s Box Office. A certain number of seats are offered with a lottery system. You need to fill up a lottery slip, about 2½ hours before the start of the production, and if you win a seat, you will need to produce your ID, and the Wicked tickets must be paid for in cash.
For your tickets at the Box Office, you need to stand in line for hours for them, and the seats available may not be to your liking. There are other ways of obtaining your tickets for the show, some risky, and some genuine. The show is so popular and entertaining that many are ready to risk buying tickets from sources that are not reliable - such as re-sale forums, sites such as eBay, and even from scalpers – and they may be taken for a ride.
There is no need to. You can approach reliable and reputable ticket brokers, click here to View All Available Seats. All reliable brokers are licensed brokers and are members of the National Association of Ticket Brokers, and operate to certain set standards.
This will assure you of the seats of your choice. Of course, you will have to pay more than the face value of the tickets, to cover costs.
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