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She makes sure that Dorothy knows her power when Dorothy meets the Scarecrow by throwing a ball of fire at them.

Before Dorothy and her friends get to the city, the Witch casts a sleeping spell over a field of poppies through which the group must pass. Glinda remotely counteracts the spell with a snowfall.

The Wicked Witch then flies on her broom over the Emerald City , demanding that the citizens of the Emerald City surrender Dorothy to her, and the Wizard demands the destruction of the Witch, with her broom as proof, in exchange for granting the wishes of Dorothy and her companions.

Unlike Baum's original depiction, the Wicked Witch sends the Winged Monkeys as the first wave of attack.

The Golden Cap is not mentioned but, after the failure of her poppy spell, the Witch does hold and then angrily cast away a costume piece that could be considered the cap It greatly resembles the Cap in depicted in W.

Denslow 's original illustrations for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and was mentioned as her "wishing cap" in the original shooting script.

She is killed when Dorothy throws a bucket of water on her, in attempt to put out a fire the witch bestowed on the Scarecrow. In the novel, Dorothy simply throws it on her in a fit of anger.

There is no prior mention of the Wicked Witch's vulnerability to water in the movie, save for a split-second before the water actually douses her when she screams "Don't touch that water!

After the Wicked Witch of the West is dead, her soldiers are glad to be free of her power, and quote "Hail to Dorothy!

The Wicked Witch is dead! Hamilton's other role in this film is the Witch's Kansas sepia tone counterpart, Miss Almira Gulch, newly created for the film by screenwriter Noel Langley.

She is a socialite who owns half the county. She arrives on her bicycle at the farm and says to Uncle Henry, "Mr.

I'd like to speak with you and your wife right away". Dorothy's dog, Toto, has bitten her, and she wants to have him put to sleep.

Miss Gulch does successfully take Toto away in a basket, but Toto escapes unknown to her. Dorothy calls her a "wicked old witch" and thus, Gulch transforms into the Wicked Witch of the West, flying on a broom, during the tornado sequence.

On a episode of the American television program, Sesame Street , the Witch, once again played by Hamilton herself, drops her broom and falls onto the street.

In order to get the broom back, she must prove that she can be nice. Everyone is scared of her, except for Oscar the Grouch and Big Bird.

After she proves that she is nice, Big Bird is upset when the time comes for her to leave. She reassures him that one day she'll return.

The episode was poorly received by parents of frightened young children, and was never aired again.

The fate of the footage is unknown, but it can be assumed that it is still stashed away in Sesame Workshop's vault. Hamilton also played this witch in The Paul Lynde Halloween Special , and reprised her role several times on stage, most notably at the St.

Hamilton also appeared as herself on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood three times between and In these appearances, she demonstrated how her costume and acting skills made her appear to be the Witch, and assured her young viewers that there was nothing about her to be feared, because her portrayal in the film was only make-believe.

The story line of the stage adaptation "goes far afield" from the novel. In this version, she is portrayed as a 'good witch', also being the younger sister of Evanora Rachel Weisz , who is at war with Glinda Michelle Williams for control of Oz; she wants nothing more than for peace to come back to their land.

She falls in love with Oscar Diggs James Franco , but her feelings for him are one-sided; Theodora wanted to be Oscar's queen when he ruled Oz.

After Oscar goes to meet with Glinda, Evanora tricks Theodora into thinking Oscar had betrayed her, offering her a magic apple that will help her forget her disappointment.

Theodora immediately takes a bite from it, but afterwards Evanora reveals that she was the evil Witch all along, however Theodora is too late to realize this.

Before she can do anything, she starts feeling great pain as the apple was tainted with a potion that removes all the good in her heart making her so evil that even her sister fears her.

Her skin turns green as a side effect of the potion, while her nose becomes crooked due to her falling on it. Though Evanora offers to cover it up with an enchantment, Theodora embraces her new appearance and helps her sister attempt to kill Glinda, get revenge on Oscar, and take control of Oz.

However, she and Evanora are defeated by Oscar's illusions. Theodora is forced to flee the city on her broom, but she threatens to return. Oscar tells her he knows her wickedness isn't her doing and if she ever finds the goodness within her, she is welcome to return.

However, she refuses and flies off to the West, vowing revenge. Zelena visited Rumplestiltskin Robert Carlyle and learned from him how to control her own powerful magic.

But despite Zelena's efforts to create the deadly time portal Emma Swan supposedly the only wielder of light magic powerful enough to oppose her her plans are halted when the Evil Queen masters light magic in time to oppose her although her time-travel spell is completed, it takes effect after her presumed death, transporting Emma and Captain Hook Colin O'Donoghue back to before the original curse was cast.

She was later thought to have been killed by Rumpelstiltskin. It was later discovered that Zelena's soul actually went back in time, where she managed to revive herself and assumed Maid Marian 's Christie Laing place after killing her in the past and taking her appearance; to allow the heroes to take her back to the present, where she poses as Marian without Robin Hood Sean Maguire knowing.

This way, she can resume making Regina Mills suffer by complicating her romantic relationship with the believed widower Robin.

Zelena also copies the other villains' idea to try to force the Author to write them happy lives at the expense of the heroes. Zelena swaps out the Elixir of the Wounded Heart and when Mr.

Gold Rumplestiltskin is dying, saves his life with it, but only after he agrees to drop his grudge against her and begins helping her.

Regina is informed of this by Rumplestiltskin himself and rushes to New York with Emma. Even though Robin Hood is now aware of what happened to Maid Marian, he couldn't leave Zelena because she is pregnant.

Zelena is taken back to Storybrooke and locked in the hospital basement's asylum. Regina almost has the Author write Zelena and the pregnancy out of existence and memory.

Regina changes her mind after she realizes it is something their mother would do, and she can choose to be happy with Robin and the rest of her family, raising the baby herself after the birth.

When the Author warps reality to serve his own purposes, the roles of heroes and villains are switched. When Regina is slashed almost fatally by Rumpelstiltskin, Zelena complains she is bleeding on her wedding dress and taking the attention away from her on her wedding day.

She begins turning green again and runs off. When reality is returned to normal she is still pregnant in the hospital.

Zelena travels with the heroes to Camelot in search of Emma after she becomes the Dark One to save Regina from the same fate. She is told to pretend to be Regina's mute handmaiden Regina having taken her voice.

In Camelot, Zelena is threatened by Regina that her baby will be taken by Regina once it has been born. She later kidnaps Mary Margaret Ginnifer Goodwin as the rest of the group tries to sneak into Camelot having been thrown out and regains her magic with King Arthur 's Liam Garrigan help.

She enchants the main hilt of Excalibur to bind Merlin 's Elliot Knight soul, allowing its holder to control him. Before she can do anything, she is tricked by Emma and tied by magic around a tree.

Arthur and Zelena plan to take a magical helm from the kingdom of DunBroch. Zelena awakens in Granny's Diner and is almost immediately put back in her cell.

Zelena is met by the Dark Swan name for Emma as the Dark One and is told she will need an ally in the town after people learn the truth.

Zelena eats darkly enchanted onion rings made by Emma and as a result, her pregnancy is sped up from two months to nine. She gives birth to a baby girl and is taken away by Emma into her basement with Hook at her side.

She is freed from her cuff once again by Hook and leaves Hook in Emma's house, wanting to get answers. Zelena steps back inside after Emma finds him.

She brings in an enchanted dreamcatcher, which holds the memories of Hook becoming a Dark One in Emma's fault in order to save him.

Zelena learns that Robin and Regina are allowing her to see her baby, as long as one of them is with her. This is when she shares a bonding moment with her child.

After claiming full custody of her baby, Zelena is transported by Regina using the Apprentice's Wand back to Oz, and she claimed they will see each other again.

On Zelena's return to Oz, she confronts Dorothy, who is currently in possession of the silver slippers which can transport her to any realm.

She holds Dorothy's dog, Toto, hostage in exchange for the shoes. Dorothy tries to knock Zelena out with poppy powder, but before she does, Zelena puts her under a sleeping curse.

Now in possession of the silver slippers, she goes back to Storybrooke and assumes the form of the Blue Fairy to trick Belle into giving her back her daughter, who is residing at the convent with the fairies.

During their conversation, a portal to the Underworld appears and Belle, holding the baby, goes through it. In a desperate attempt not to lose her daughter again, Zelena jumps through it.

However, due to a sprained ankle and her diminished magic in the Underworld, Zelena is helpless as Belle runs away with her daughter.

Regina reunites with Zelena in the underworld where it is revealed that Zelena and Hades have a romantic history. The sisters eventually become close as she tries to change for her daughter.

She shares True Love's Kiss with Hades, which allows him to go to Storybrooke and the two go together with the baby as she believes Hades has changed.

She names the baby Robyn after her father. 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 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" [59] 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.

The West End production reunited the show's original creative team with Idina Menzel, who had originated the role of Elphaba in the Broadway production.

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 At the time, the only other actor to play both roles in a single performance was London's David Stoller in November , but this was only due to the absence of several actors.

Another former West End standby, Ashleigh Gray, took over as Elphaba for the tour's second contract run, making her the second actress after Davis-Jones to have played the role in both the West End and the UK touring production.

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 joins 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 [91] 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, , [97] 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.

A film adaptation of Wicked had been discussed since , though producers were waiting for a dip in the stage musical's earnings.

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. We didn't divide the audience, and that's what counts. 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.

Wicked's productions across North America and abroad have been equally financially successful. 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 success of the Broadway production has led to the development of an auxiliary show, Behind the Emerald Curtain , created by Sean McCourt — an original Broadway production cast member who played the Witch's Father, among other roles, in addition to understudying the Wizard and Doctor Dillamond, before taking over the latter principal role — and Anthony Galde who was a long-running swing in the Broadway company from to 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.

It is water based for easy removal. The success of Wicked has made several of the show's songs popular and has resulted in references to the show, characters, and songs in popular culture.

In the episode, these messages persuade women into performing oral sex upon their spouse or boyfriend. 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.

Kerry Ellis , who played Elphaba in the West End and on Broadway, recorded "I'm Not that Girl" for the fifth anniversary edition of the original Broadway cast recording.

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 Rapper Drake and singer Mika both sampled the musical's song in their songs "Popular" and " Popular Song " respectively.

The cover art for the album was also bright green and included an Elphaba-style hat. Media as diverse as the anime series Red Garden , the daytime drama Passions and the Buffy the Vampire Slayer graphic novels have all parodied Wicked 's songs and characters.

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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Each of these attempts were thwarted, but the protagonists are eventually subdued by the Witch's third and final permitted use of the Winged Monkeys.

Nevertheless, the old witch cannot kill Dorothy because the girl is protected by the Good Witch of the North 's kiss. She therefore settles for enslaving Dorothy, and tries to force the Cowardly Lion into submission by starving him, though Dorothy sneaks him food.

Upon seeing the Silver Shoes on the girl's feet, the Wicked Witch decides to steal them, and thereby acquire even more power.

When she succeeds in acquiring one silver shoe by making Dorothy trip over an invisible bar, the little girl angrily throws a bucket of water onto the Wicked Witch.

This causes the old witch to melt away. The Wicked Witch's dryness was enumerated in some clues before this. Furthermore, when Toto had bitten her, she had not bled; her wickedness had dried her up long ago.

Frank Baum did not explain precisely why water had this effect on her, nor did he ever imply that all evil witches could be likewise destroyed.

However, the wicked witch Mombi is similarly disposed of in The Lost King of Oz and the wicked witch Singra is clearly afraid of the same fate in the early chapters of The Wicked Witch of Oz.

The most likely explanation of Baum making water the Achilles' heel of these witches is the long-held belief amongst major religions that water is effective for purifying the soul and combating evil.

The Witch did not carry a broom in the novel, but rather an umbrella , which she uses on one occasion to strike Dorothy's dog Toto.

Despite her immense power, she avoids face-to-face contact with her enemies, and is frightened of Dorothy at first when she sees the girl wearing the Silver Shoes.

She is also afraid of the dark in Baum's original story for reasons unknown. For that reason, the Witch never tried to steal the Silver Shoes while Dorothy was sleeping.

Despite her fear of water and the dark, the Wicked Witch of the West was one of the most powerful witches in all of Oz. In ensuing Oz books, her power is described as having been so great that even Glinda the Good Witch of the South feared her.

In the film, Momba has an unspecified hold over the Wizard , who promises his crown to anyone who can release him from Momba's power. Momba captures Dorothy and her companions, evoking the events in Baum's original novel, and is destroyed when Dorothy throws a bucket of water over her.

Mombi's likeness and costume in the silent film, His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz is based on Denslow's illustrations of the Wicked Witch of the West.

In the version of The Wizard of Oz , Margaret Hamilton plays the Wicked Witch of the West as a green-skinned witch dressed in a long black dress with a black pointed hat.

She does not wear an eye-patch like in the novel. This representation of the Wicked Witch has become a standard for what witches resemble and an archetype of human wickedness.

The movie makes her even more of a primary antagonist , and consequently she appears in the film much earlier and more often , than in Baum's original novel.

She demands the Munchkins reveal who killed her sister, not long after Dorothy's arrival in Oz. She is described by Glinda the Good Witch of the North, not the South as in the book, as "worse than the other one".

She actively seeks revenge against Dorothy for killing her sister, even though it was "accidental". However, as soon as the Witch is reminded of the ruby slippers , all interest in her sister's death vanishes and all she cares about are obtaining "her" slippers, which will enable her to conquer Oz.

She is more menacing than her literary counterpart, making Dorothy too afraid to ever lose her temper with the Witch.

She makes sure that Dorothy knows her power when Dorothy meets the Scarecrow by throwing a ball of fire at them. Before Dorothy and her friends get to the city, the Witch casts a sleeping spell over a field of poppies through which the group must pass.

Glinda remotely counteracts the spell with a snowfall. The Wicked Witch then flies on her broom over the Emerald City , demanding that the citizens of the Emerald City surrender Dorothy to her, and the Wizard demands the destruction of the Witch, with her broom as proof, in exchange for granting the wishes of Dorothy and her companions.

Unlike Baum's original depiction, the Wicked Witch sends the Winged Monkeys as the first wave of attack. The Golden Cap is not mentioned but, after the failure of her poppy spell, the Witch does hold and then angrily cast away a costume piece that could be considered the cap It greatly resembles the Cap in depicted in W.

Denslow 's original illustrations for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and was mentioned as her "wishing cap" in the original shooting script.

She is killed when Dorothy throws a bucket of water on her, in attempt to put out a fire the witch bestowed on the Scarecrow.

In the novel, Dorothy simply throws it on her in a fit of anger. There is no prior mention of the Wicked Witch's vulnerability to water in the movie, save for a split-second before the water actually douses her when she screams "Don't touch that water!

After the Wicked Witch of the West is dead, her soldiers are glad to be free of her power, and quote "Hail to Dorothy! The Wicked Witch is dead! Hamilton's other role in this film is the Witch's Kansas sepia tone counterpart, Miss Almira Gulch, newly created for the film by screenwriter Noel Langley.

She is a socialite who owns half the county. She arrives on her bicycle at the farm and says to Uncle Henry, "Mr.

I'd like to speak with you and your wife right away". Dorothy's dog, Toto, has bitten her, and she wants to have him put to sleep. Miss Gulch does successfully take Toto away in a basket, but Toto escapes unknown to her.

Dorothy calls her a "wicked old witch" and thus, Gulch transforms into the Wicked Witch of the West, flying on a broom, during the tornado sequence.

On a episode of the American television program, Sesame Street , the Witch, once again played by Hamilton herself, drops her broom and falls onto the street.

In order to get the broom back, she must prove that she can be nice. Everyone is scared of her, except for Oscar the Grouch and Big Bird. After she proves that she is nice, Big Bird is upset when the time comes for her to leave.

She reassures him that one day she'll return. The episode was poorly received by parents of frightened young children, and was never aired again. The fate of the footage is unknown, but it can be assumed that it is still stashed away in Sesame Workshop's vault.

Hamilton also played this witch in The Paul Lynde Halloween Special , and reprised her role several times on stage, most notably at the St. Hamilton also appeared as herself on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood three times between and In these appearances, she demonstrated how her costume and acting skills made her appear to be the Witch, and assured her young viewers that there was nothing about her to be feared, because her portrayal in the film was only make-believe.

The story line of the stage adaptation "goes far afield" from the novel. In this version, she is portrayed as a 'good witch', also being the younger sister of Evanora Rachel Weisz , who is at war with Glinda Michelle Williams for control of Oz; she wants nothing more than for peace to come back to their land.

She falls in love with Oscar Diggs James Franco , but her feelings for him are one-sided; Theodora wanted to be Oscar's queen when he ruled Oz.

After Oscar goes to meet with Glinda, Evanora tricks Theodora into thinking Oscar had betrayed her, offering her a magic apple that will help her forget her disappointment.

Theodora immediately takes a bite from it, but afterwards Evanora reveals that she was the evil Witch all along, however Theodora is too late to realize this.

Before she can do anything, she starts feeling great pain as the apple was tainted with a potion that removes all the good in her heart making her so evil that even her sister fears her.

Her skin turns green as a side effect of the potion, while her nose becomes crooked due to her falling on it. Though Evanora offers to cover it up with an enchantment, Theodora embraces her new appearance and helps her sister attempt to kill Glinda, get revenge on Oscar, and take control of Oz.

However, she and Evanora are defeated by Oscar's illusions. Theodora is forced to flee the city on her broom, but she threatens to return.

Oscar tells her he knows her wickedness isn't her doing and if she ever finds the goodness within her, she is welcome to return. However, she refuses and flies off to the West, vowing revenge.

Zelena visited Rumplestiltskin Robert Carlyle and learned from him how to control her own powerful magic. But despite Zelena's efforts to create the deadly time portal Emma Swan supposedly the only wielder of light magic powerful enough to oppose her her plans are halted when the Evil Queen masters light magic in time to oppose her although her time-travel spell is completed, it takes effect after her presumed death, transporting Emma and Captain Hook Colin O'Donoghue back to before the original curse was cast.

She was later thought to have been killed by Rumpelstiltskin. It was later discovered that Zelena's soul actually went back in time, where she managed to revive herself and assumed Maid Marian 's Christie Laing place after killing her in the past and taking her appearance; to allow the heroes to take her back to the present, where she poses as Marian without Robin Hood Sean Maguire knowing.

This way, she can resume making Regina Mills suffer by complicating her romantic relationship with the believed widower Robin. Zelena also copies the other villains' idea to try to force the Author to write them happy lives at the expense of the heroes.

Zelena swaps out the Elixir of the Wounded Heart and when Mr. Gold Rumplestiltskin is dying, saves his life with it, but only after he agrees to drop his grudge against her and begins helping her.

Regina is informed of this by Rumplestiltskin himself and rushes to New York with Emma. Even though Robin Hood is now aware of what happened to Maid Marian, he couldn't leave Zelena because she is pregnant.

Zelena is taken back to Storybrooke and locked in the hospital basement's asylum. Regina almost has the Author write Zelena and the pregnancy out of existence and memory.

Regina changes her mind after she realizes it is something their mother would do, and she can choose to be happy with Robin and the rest of her family, raising the baby herself after the birth.

When the Author warps reality to serve his own purposes, the roles of heroes and villains are switched. When Regina is slashed almost fatally by Rumpelstiltskin, Zelena complains she is bleeding on her wedding dress and taking the attention away from her on her wedding day.

She begins turning green again and runs off. 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.

It is notable for being the only Cast Album of the show that includes Glinda's Finale dialogue. 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 [59] 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 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" [59] 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. The West End production reunited the show's original creative team with Idina Menzel, who had originated the role of Elphaba in the Broadway production.

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 At the time, the only other actor to play both roles in a single performance was London's David Stoller in November , but this was only due to the absence of several actors.

Another former West End standby, Ashleigh Gray, took over as Elphaba for the tour's second contract run, making her the second actress after Davis-Jones to have played the role in both the West End and the UK touring production.

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 joins 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 [91] 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, , [97] 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.

A film adaptation of Wicked had been discussed since , though producers were waiting for a dip in the stage musical's earnings.

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. We didn't divide the audience, and that's what counts. 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.

Wicked's productions across North America and abroad have been equally financially successful. 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 success of the Broadway production has led to the development of an auxiliary show, Behind the Emerald Curtain , created by Sean McCourt — an original Broadway production cast member who played the Witch's Father, among other roles, in addition to understudying the Wizard and Doctor Dillamond, before taking over the latter principal role — and Anthony Galde who was a long-running swing in the Broadway company from to 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.

It is water based for easy removal. The success of Wicked has made several of the show's songs popular and has resulted in references to the show, characters, and songs in popular culture.

In the episode, these messages persuade women into performing oral sex upon their spouse or boyfriend. 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.

Kerry Ellis , who played Elphaba in the West End and on Broadway, recorded "I'm Not that Girl" for the fifth anniversary edition of the original Broadway cast recording.

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 Rapper Drake and singer Mika both sampled the musical's song in their songs "Popular" and " Popular Song " respectively.

The cover art for the album was also bright green and included an Elphaba-style hat. Media as diverse as the anime series Red Garden , the daytime drama Passions and the Buffy the Vampire Slayer graphic novels have all parodied Wicked 's songs and characters.

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.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the musical. For the Broadway cast recording, see Wicked musical album. For the novel, see Wicked Maguire novel.

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