Friday, June 14, 2019


Have you ever wondered why the wicked witch in The Wizard of Oz was so evil? And how did the scarecrow, tin man, and cowardly lion come to be? In the play Wicked, you'll discover the answers through delightful song, beautifully choreographed dance, and clever dialogue. Although photography was not allowed during the performance, I can post photos of the venue where I saw this delightful stage performance--the Paramount Theater in downtown Seattle. What a fun time!

This opulent theater opened on March 1, 1928.

More info about the Paramount Theater and its history: HERE.

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  1. We saw Wicked on Broadway nine years ago in New York. It was my first Broadway play. Wow. The music blew me away.

    It looks like the same set. I remember it from back then.

  2. That theater looks so very cool. Very nice. I would love to visit there.

  3. Brings back memories. I used to go there with Randy and Camille. Saw some great plays.

  4. This play is on my bucket list! The novel was actually written 95 years after L. Frank Baum wrote his first Oz book, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. I want to also read Baum's 13 sequels. Now that I'm retired, I have time!

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