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In response, Fiyero and the guards enter, followed by Glinda. However, Fiyero helps Elphaba escape and leaves with her. Their happiness is interrupted when Elphaba suddenly has a vision of Nessarose being in danger.
Before Elphaba leaves to investigate, Fiyero tells her about a castle, Kiamo Ko, that his family owns in which she can stay. Glinda and Elphaba meet again at the site where Nessarose has been crushed by a house with a girl named Dorothy Gale inside.
Fueled by the rivalry over Fiyero, the two have a heated argument. The guards arrive to arrest Elphaba. Fiyero arrives and holds Glinda hostage until Elphaba is allowed to go free.
Glinda pleads for the guards not to harm him, but they do not listen, as they escort Fiyero to the field where they can interrogate and torture him by crucifixion.
Elphaba tries to cast a spell to protect him, but is crestfallen by the limitations of her power. She decides that from this point on, she will live up to her reputation "No Good Deed".
Elphaba refuses until she receives a letter saying that Fiyero has died. The two women forgive each other, acknowledging they have both made mistakes.
To help her in her future, Elphaba gives the Grimmerie to Glinda. The two friends embrace for the last time before saying goodbye "For Good".
As the mob arrives, Elphaba tells Glinda to hide, and she watches helplessly from the shadows as Dorothy throws a bucket of water on Elphaba, who appears to disintegrate.
Shaken, Glinda sees that all that remains of her friend is her hat and the bottle of green elixir. Glinda banishes the Wizard from Oz and sends Madame Morrible to prison for murder.
Meanwhile, back at Kiamo Ko, Fiyero now a scarecrow comes to the spot where Elphaba was melted. Making sure that no one is watching, he knocks on the floor and out from a trap door steps Elphaba, very much alive; the entire thing was a ruse to convince her enemies of her death and to ensure her future with Fiyero, who was transformed into the scarecrow by her spell.
Before leaving, Elphaba regrets that she will never see Glinda again and tell her that they are alive. The score of Wicked is heavily thematic , bearing in some senses more resemblance to a film score than a traditional musical score.
Two musical themes in Wicked run throughout the score. Joan , on which he worked as musical director. By changing the instruments that carry the motif in each instance, Schwartz enables the same melody to convey different moods.
And with new lyrics and an altered bridge , the theme forms the core of the song "No One Mourns the Wicked" and its reprises. Schwartz uses the "Unlimited" theme as the second major motif running through the score.
Although not included as a titled song, the theme appears as an interlude in several of the musical numbers. In a tribute to Harold Arlen , who wrote the score for the film adaptation , the "Unlimited" melody incorporates the first seven notes of the song " Over the Rainbow.
This also creates contrast in the songs in which it forms a part, for example in "Defying Gravity", which is written primarily in the key of D-flat major.
A cast recording of the original Broadway production was released on December 16, , by Universal Music. A German recording of the Stuttgart production was released on December 7, , featuring a track listing and arrangements identical to those of the Broadway recording.
Block, who originally read the role of Elphaba in workshop development, served as an ensemble member and understudied the lead role.
In , the first national tour of Wicked called the "Emerald City Tour" by the producers  started in Toronto, Ontario , and has since visited numerous cities throughout the United States and Canada.
Block was set to open the tour as Elphaba with previews beginning March 8, but after having sustained a minor injury in rehearsal, Kristy Cates temporarily took her place.
Previews were therefore postponed until the following day. After some delay, Block made her debut on March 25, and the tour officially opened on March After a decade of shows, the tour concluded at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles on March 15, It was seen by While the original touring cast intended to play a limited engagement from April 29 to June 12, at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago, producers decided to extend it to an open-ended run, making it the first non-Broadway sit-down production of Wicked.
Performances began on February 10, , with an official opening on February Another production of Wicked played at the Pantages Theatre for a limited engagement from November 28, to January 27, The first national touring company ended their second San Francisco engagement at the Orpheum Theatre, which ran January 23—February 17, The second national tour of Wicked called the "Munchkinland Tour"  began in with previews on March 7 and official opening night on March 12 at the Barbara B.
The production celebrated its fifth anniversary in with a special curtain call featuring former West End cast members.
A majority of these changes were later incorporated into all productions of Wicked. In addition, the waltz between Elphaba and the Wizard during Wonderful was removed.
After her limited engagement, Menzel was succeeded by Kerry Ellis , who became the first British woman to play the role of Elphaba and the following year, the second actress to play Elphaba on both Broadway and in the West End productions.
An autism-friendly performance was given on May 14, , in conjunction with the National Autistic Society. The cast also included Suzie Mathers and Anita Dobson.
The show began its first national tour of the UK and Ireland on September 12, at the Palace Theatre in Manchester , where it is played to November Originally, Davis-Jones was due to leave in order to return to the London company and lead its cast, however, it was later announced that, towards the end of her run in August she had withdrawn from the tour and subsequently would not be appearing in the West End.
Nikki Bentley also joined the production as the Standby for Elphaba. A large portion of the cast are alumni from the previous UK and Ireland tour.
Further dates are unconfirmed. An Australian production officially opened on July 12, , with previews commencing June 27 at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne.
Previews began on September 5, , with the official opening on September Shortly into the run, Harrison was forced to leave the role of Elphaba, so current standby Jemma Rix and Australian theatre veteran Pippa Grandison began to share the role, each appearing in four shows per week.
After a two-week delay due to the Queensland floods , performances began January 25, , and ran until April 2. Rix became the sole lead Elphaba  with David Harris joining as the new Fiyero.
The touring production then moved to the Festival Centre in Adelaide , running from April 14 until June 4, , with the final leg of the tour playing the Burswood Theatre in Perth , from June 19 to September 11, , wrapping up more than three years of performances in Australia.
After the Singapore engagement of the tour closed April 22, ,  performances began in Seoul , Korea from May 31 through October 6, The show then made its premiere in New Zealand, with previews taking place on September 17, , and the official opening night on September The Auckland run concluded on November 24, , where it played the Civic Theatre.
After seven years and close to 2, performances across 8 different cities internationally, Wicked closed indefinitely at the Burswood Theatre in Perth on June 28, The production staged four shows from 8 to 12 August The show, which opened on July 12, , featured the preliminary storyline of Act 1 but Fiyero, Madame Morrible, Boq, Nessarose and Doctor Dillamond were absent and there were considerable changes in sets and costumes.
The production closed on September 6, , in preparation for its transfer to Osaka. After its closure in Fukuoka on August 28, , the production re-located to Nagoya with performances beginning September And the Production re-located to Sapporo in May Die Hexen von Oz Wicked: The production was produced by Stage Entertainment and closed on January 29, , and transferred to Oberhausen  where previews began at the Metronom Theater am CentrO on March 5, , with an opening night of March 8.
Willemijn Verkaik left the role of Elphaba in February , after being consistently billed as lead for almost three and a half years between the Stuttgart and Oberhausen productions.
The Oberhausen production closed on September 2, A brand new production, notable for not being a replica of the original Broadway staging, opened at the City Theatre in Helsinki, Finland on August 26, after a preview performance took place on August The second non-replicated production ran in Copenhagen, Denmark from January 12 until May 29, , and was presented by Det Ny Teater.
The official opening took place on November 6. Willemijn Verkaik reprises her role of Elphaba from the German productions, becoming the first actress to play the role in two different languages.
As musicals do not usually run for a long open-ended run in the Netherlands, closing night took place as announced on January 11, , following a month run.
The first Spanish-language production opened in Mexico City, Mexico on October 17, , following previews from October Eugenio Montessoro was originally cast as the Wizard, but was replaced during previews by Paco Morales, for unknown reasons.
The first Korean-language production began performances in Seoul on November 22, and is an all-new replica production. This production, located at the Charlotte Theater in Songpa , ran from November 22, , to October 5, It is the largest stage that the musical has been mounted on yet.
Celebrating 15 Years on Broadway , was hosted by Menzel and Chenoweth and featured Ariana Grande , Pentatonix , Adam Lambert , Ledisi , the current Broadway company of the musical and others, singing many of the musical numbers from Wicked to a live studio audience at the Marquis Theatre in New York.
The concert special was directed by Glenn Weiss. Subsequent productions have received awards and nominations. Wicked was named the Best Musical of the Decade by Entertainment Weekly magazine and hailed "a cultural phenomenon" by Variety magazine.
The Broadway production opened on October 30, , to mixed to positive reviews from theatre critics. He noted that Glinda is such a showy role that the audience ends up rooting for her rather than the "surprisingly colorless" Elphaba, who is "nominally" the hero.
I know we divided the critics. International productions have opened to similarly ambivalent critical reception. The West End production opened to a slightly more upbeat response.
The majority of critics have appreciated the spectacle of the lavish production, and the "powerhouse" performances of actors in the roles of the two witches.
However, contemporaries have characterized the production as overblown, occasionally preachy, and suffering from more hype than heart.
Since its opening in , the original Broadway production of Wicked has broken the house record at the Gershwin Theatre twenty times. International productions of Wicked have matched the extremely positive reception at the box-office.
By seats sold on Broadway, it ranks tenth of all time. The tour features a ninety-minute behind-the-scenes look at the props, masks, costumes and sets used in the show, and includes a question-and-answer session with the cast members.
The tour provides a behind the scenes look at what goes into putting on the show every day. Participants get a first hand account of what it is like to be a part of the massive production that Wicked is.
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The television series Glee has featured covers of songs from Wicked four times: A clip of the song "Popular" also plays in the movie Zombieland.
She also recorded her own rock version of "Defying Gravity". Both songs were produced by British musician Brian May and were featured on her extended play Wicked in Rock and debut album Anthems A dance remix of her rock version of "Defying Gravity" was later released in The cover art for the album was also bright green and included an Elphaba-style hat.
The Oscar-winning song " Let It Go " from the successful Disney film Frozen , that also won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, had been compared to "Defying Gravity" due to its similar theme and similar singing style,  and was sung by the original Elphaba Idina Menzel.
This became another role originally played by Idina Menzel that Willemijn Verkaik played, following her success in the German, Dutch and English language productions of Wicked.
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