Review: Wicked The Musical with the Second National Tour at Madison Wisconsin


By LINDSAY CHRISTIANS | The Capital Times

“Call Lesley McKinnell a bubble: as Glinda the good witch, she floats right to the top.”

“It may sound churlish to say “Wicked” makes up in flash what it lacks in heart. But the connections feel forced – as Elphaba, Noon keeps her distance from everyone, even during an oddly chaste “lovemaking” scene. She’s a solid singer with a keen sense of comic timing, but it doesn’t penetrate beneath the surface. As Fiyero, Peluso, too, looks like he’s going through the motions.”

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3 thoughts on “Review: Wicked The Musical with the Second National Tour at Madison Wisconsin

  1. great advice, Amy. I tend to write my voisins/ goals in a notebook that gets closed and looked at infrequently or on a vision board that becomes like wallpaper that fades into the background. Having it right in front of me on the computer is great! except one of my current goals is spend as little time in front of the computer as possible!’. let’s see, what other places do I frequent? the refrigerator!

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