Wicked Fresno Plot
Come and join the Wicked Witch of the West before she became wicked and see what her life was
like before her innocence was broken by the people of Oz! Glinda the Good Witch ushers in this tale by explaining the back
story of Elphaba, the green-skinned woman who would grow up to become the witch of notorious repute in the land of Oz. Wicked
delves into the history of the land of Oz as you've never seen it before. If you're a fan of going to the theater or musicals
in general, you're not going to want to miss out on your opportunity to see this show! Come see Glinda, the munchkins, and
of course, Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West herself, as all of these characters act out their struggles on the stage!
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Wicked Fresno Schedule
find yourself sitting in the William Saroyan Theatre at the Fresno Convention Center waiting for the curtain to raise so you
can watch Wicked on the stage, why not consider what else to do while you're in the area? There's plenty to see and do in
beautiful Fresno, California. If you consider yourself an animal lover and the winged monkeys in the show just aren't going
to be enough for you, why not take a trip out to see the Fresno Chaffee Zoo and get your fill of all of the wild things that
live there? Whether you're a fan of giraffes or not, you're going to be blown away when you see what kind of animals they
have on display at the zoo. If animals aren't your thing, you can always take in some fresh air at Woodward Regional Park.
Why not go for a great hike throughout the park and take in all of the local flora and fauna that live alongside its splendor?
You could even take a trip over to the Shizen Japanese Garden if the native Fresno flora just isn't enough for you. And if
culture was on your list of things to include for this weekend, it's easy to get yourself access to the Fresno Art Museum
to see all that they have to offer. So don't just sit around twiddling your thumbs waiting for Wicked alone to entertain you
this weekend when you have so many options available at your disposal. Rush out to get your laptop today so you can log on
to StubHub and secure your seats while they're still available! So don't waste your time standing around at the box office
hoping that there are tickets left, secure your seats today through StubHub and bring the whole family along to see Wicked
when it takes to the stage!
Wicked Fresno Cast
There were plenty of amazing actors chosen for the first
national run of Wicked! Actors like Alison Luff, Gina Beck, Alison Fraser, Tim Kazurinsky, Nick Adams, and more were all brought
out from their respective performances to come together and play the roles in Wicked. There were some minor switches during
the second national tour of the cast and those included such famed stage actors as Jennifer DiNoia, Hayley Podschun, and Kathy
Fitzgerald. Don't miss out on this opportunity! Buy your tickets now!
Wicked Fresno Author
original book The Wizard of Oz was written by L. Frank Baum, Wicked is based on the book Wicked: The Life and Times of the
Wicked Witch of the West by Gregory Maguire. The music and lyrics for the show, however, were created by Stephen Schwartz,
while the book for the show was written by Winnie Holzman. L. Frank Baum never really got in-depth about the background of
the Wicked Witch, which is why it was up to Gregory Maguire to go back to the source material and find a way to craft her
background using only the original information written. Don't miss out on your chance to see this wonderful show!
Q: When did Wicked first perform live on the stage?A: Though the tryouts for the show began in San Francisco
in 2003, it moved that same year to play on Broadway.
Q: Where did Wicked move to after it had its Broadway run?A: Wicked
first went on its national tour in 2005.