For all those of you who are excited that Wicked is coming back to town, here’s a deal.
For every performances of Wicked in Orlando, from Feb. 23 to March 27 (and that’s a lot of performances), there will be a lottery for $25 seats. If you’re interested, here’s what you do:
By Elizabeth Maupin
Elizabeth Maupin on Theater
Too much feeling.
They seethe with it, the teenage boys of West Side Story – with anger, with frustration, with pain. And their girls throb with it too, a feeling that burns inside them and threatens to enkindle their entire city in a mammoth explosion of flame.
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Tagged Ali Ewoldt, arthur laurents, broadway across america orlando, Broadway theatre, carr performing arts centre, Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein, lin-manuel miranda, stephen sondheim, West Side Story
Every generation has one – that big Broadway musical that tells the story of who you are. For my generation, those of us who grew up in the 1960s, it was Hair (although even in high school I wished for a show that wasn’t quite so dopey). For those who came up in the ‘90s, that musical was Rent. And for those who are hitting their stride now, it’s Spring Awakening, a remarkable show that understands exactly what it is to be young and alienated and yearning for something more.