[Review] Wicked The Musical live in Singapore at Mastercard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands

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Wicked The Musical live in Singapore Review:
Can you imagine a flurry of wild flying monkeys, with creepy music playing and spotlights dancing on the stage? How about guards brandishing their weapons and 18th century people adorned in green costumes? That’s right, welcome to the Emerald City. A city of dreams only to the naive.

No one needs introduction to the main character Elphaba who is decked in black and mocked due to her green colored skin. Yet, she is only as ugly as you think she is. Wait till you hear her break out in song, one of the highlights of the musical. It will leave you in awe. Personally, I found the lyrics to be most catchy and uplifting, full of positive vibes.

Wicked is no doubt one of the best musicals with a theme focused on friendship and sacrifice. A light hearted musical that gives you a different perspective to the story of the Wizard of Oz, it does not fail to entertain. Just Glinda and her regular hair tosses and jokes at expense at her shallow character will keep you laughing in your seats.

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Wicked The Musical Synopsis:
WICKED has captivated 50 million theatregoers of all ages, and is already one of Broadway and the West End’s most celebrated, spectacular and successful musicals of all time. Discover a colourful fantasy world of wizards, witches, sorcery and magic and experience an enchanting story of two unlikely friends – the blonde and popular Glinda and the green-skinned outcast, Elphaba.

Winner of 100 international awards, including three Tony Awards on Broadway and two Olivier Awards in London’s West End, this unforgettable stage musical features astounding technical wizardry, stunning costumes and show-stopping songs by three-time Academy Award® winner Stephen Schwartz.

Wicked the Musical Event Date:
Thursday, 29 Sep – Sunday, 20 Nov 2016
Tuesday – Fri: 8pm
Saturday: 2pm & 8pm
Sunday: 1pm & 6pm

Venue: Grand Theatre, MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
Ticket pricing: S$55 – S$230

Editor: Samuel Low

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