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  • Creative Writing
    Creative Writing

    Witches of Oz is opening a competition to see who can write the best story of an image. Being creative [...]

  • We Wanna See Your Art
    We Wanna See Your Art

    Send in your fan art.  We’re pulling stuff up from way back featuring masters like L.Whyte, MaeFae, [...]

  • 17 Million Can’t be Wrong
    17 Million Can’t be Wrong

    According to a recent newsletter by Wicked London, over 17 million people across the world have seen [...]

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August 31st, 2012

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Looking for a place to look for tickets? Look no further! If you have any questions, please post them below! Montreal, QC: http://www.laplacedesarts.com/recherche/famille.en.html?famid=1797 Las Vegas, NV: NO LINK Kitchener, ON: http://www.centre-square.com/ Louiseville, KY: http://louisville.broadway.com/tickets/show/418 London: http://www.wickedthemusical.co.uk/ Seoul: http://www.wickedthemusical.co.kr/ Holland: http://www.musicals.nl/wicked.asp  



Creative Writing

August 27th, 2012

Creative Writing

Witches of Oz is opening a competition to see who can write the best story of an image. Being creative for Wicked is crucial, for example the costumes, music, lyrics, scripts, they were all made by someone who was very creative and imaginative. So this competition will see how imaginative you are! (SCROLL DOWN) RULES Your story must NOT contain any obscenities Your story must NOT go over 1,000 words Your story must accompany the picture below IMAGE SUBMIT YOUR STORY To submit your story, please post it as a COMMENT in this article. WINNER The winner of the competition will.. || Continue Reading →



Rachel Tucker to be replaced

August 26th, 2012

Rachel Tucker to be replaced

Rachel Tucker, No good Deed Rachel Tucker, who currently plays Elphaba in London is set to be replaced in October with someone who is so close to home, it is magical! When Rachel began being Wicked in March, 2010, she and so many others expected to play Elphaba for many years, however she has recently announced she will be leaving the land of Oz for reasons she doesn’t want to discuss. Louise Dearman (Glinda), is set to return on October, 29 and will play the role of the Wicked Witch of the West, Elphaba! The producers say this is the first time the same leading lady.. || Continue Reading →



We Wanna See Your Art

July 31st, 2009

We Wanna See Your Art

Send in your fan art.  We’re pulling stuff up from way back featuring masters like L.Whyte, MaeFae, and more.  While we’re still working to organize the gallery into a little more of a navigable interface, please send in your art in the meantime. Go Check It Out Now! Don’t forget to email your creations to adam@witchesofoz.com to be posted on the Art Page!



17 Million Can’t be Wrong

July 31st, 2009

17 Million Can’t be Wrong

According to a recent newsletter by Wicked London, over 17 million people across the world have seen Wicked since its Broadway debut in 2003.  Does it count all of us who have seen it like 10 times? Who knows. There’s no doubting the appeal of Wicked though, for anyone who loved the Oz universe and just weren’t prepared to let it go when the credits rolled in the film. Taking on the wonderful Land of Oz from a new angle and focusing on the characters that many were more curious about than the Tin Man, the Lion and the various main characters, it was bound to.. || Continue Reading →



Former Wicked Cast Members in 9 to 5: The Musical Cast Recording

July 15th, 2009

Former Wicked Cast Members in 9 to 5: The Musical Cast Recording

July 14th marked the general release of the 9 to 5: The Musical cast recording on iTunes, featuring former members of the Wicked cast, most notably Stephanie J. Block and Megan Hilty. Although they never performed together in Wicked, Block and Hilty portrayed Elphaba and Glinda respectively in multiple productions, including on Broadway and touring. In 9 to 5: The Musical, Block and Hilty command the roles of Judy Bernly and Doralee Rhodes as women dealing with gender inequality in the workplace of the early 1980s. The cast recording also features former Wicked cast members.. || Continue Reading →



Dee Roscioli Takes Broadway Helm

July 14th, 2009

Dee Roscioli Takes Broadway Helm

Starting July 21st, there will be a new green witch gracing the Gershwin stage. Making her Broadway debut, Dee Roscioli will be recreating the role of Elphaba in Wicked. Roscioli, who closed out the Chicago production of the show in the same role in January of this year, was last spotted in the San Francisco company as the temporary standby for Elphaba. Nicole Parker will play her last performance at the Gershwin on Sunday, July 19th. Dee Roscioli as Elphaba She will be joining Alli Mauzey (Glinda), Tony winner Rondi Reed (Madame Morrible), P.J. Benjamin (The Wizard), Kevin.. || Continue Reading →



Fletch Rides for a Cure

June 1st, 2009

Fletch Rides for a Cure

Victoria Matlock’s Husband Rides Across America for a Cause! The Fletch Ride – Raising funds and awareness for AIDS. Victoria Matlock’s husband, Stephen Fletcher (Fletch) is riding his bike across America to raise funds and awareness for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. (www.bcefa.com) Many of you know Victoria from The National Tour of Wicked where she played the role of Elphaba Thropp. Being a fan myself I feel that this is a great opportunity for all of us to give back to one of the fantastic performers from one of our favorite shows! With our help, Fletch can.. || Continue Reading →