It’s going to be a beastly exciting new year for Memphis! The multi-award-winning and highest-grossing Broadway musical Wicked will once again delight Memphis audiences with its magic. It will be performed at the Orpheum Theatre from April 3-21, 2024.
Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz is a vivid and exciting reimagining of L. Frank Baum’s classic story. The Wicked play is set in the magnificent land of Oz long before Dorothy Gale came to the land of the munchkins. It tells the fascinating story of two women (Elphaba and Glinda) who met and became friends during college, but ended up at opposite ends of Oz as the universally hated Wicked Witch of the West and the adored Glinda the Good.
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Information on venue and time
The show is staged at the Orpheum Theatre, located at 203 S Main St, Memphis, TN 38103, USA.
The Orpheum Theater in Memphis, part of the Orpheum Theatre Group, has a seating capacity of approximately 2,300.
The Orpheum Theater in Memphis is an important part of the Orpheum Theater Group and serves as a premier performing arts venue in the heart of downtown Memphis. Located at a landmark address, the theater welcomes audiences to a variety of artistic performances including Broadway shows, concerts, dance productions and more.
As a member of the Orpheum Theater Group, the theater plays an important role in enriching Memphis’ cultural landscape and provides local and international artists a platform to showcase their talents.
With its rich history and mesmerizing architecture, the Orpheum Theater in Memphis is not only a venue for exceptional entertainment, but also an architectural gem that reflects the city’s heritage and artistic significance.
Audiences and artists alike are drawn to the Orpheum Theater’s grand stage, remarkable acoustics and beautifully restored interiors, creating an unforgettable experience for all who attend its events.
How long is Wicked musical in Memphis?
The show has a duration of 2 hours and 45 minutes, with a 15-minute interval between the first and second parts.