The Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville will host a limited run of the musical Wicked from October 11 through October 29, 2023. The Broadway musical is currently on tour and is set to hit more than 15 cities across North America.
Adapted from Gregory Maguire’s best-selling novel, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, the musical tells the story of two witches – the emerald-haired Elphaba and the fair-haired and popular Glinda. After becoming friends, they gradually part ways after realizing the difference in their destinies, with Glinda becoming the Good Witch of the North and Elphaba becoming the Wicked Witch of the West.
“Wicked” is a popular Broadway musical that has been staged at various venues, including the Andrew Jackson Auditorium of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) in Nashville, Tennessee. TPAC is a prestigious performing arts complex that hosts a wide range of theater productions, concerts, and other cultural events.
Andrew Jackson Hall is the largest venue in the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. It is known for its spacious auditorium seating and excellent acoustics that provide audiences with an immersive experience. The auditorium seats over 2,400 people, allowing for a significant number of audience members to enjoy the performance.
The musical “Wicked,” presented at Andrew Jackson Hall, tells Nashville audiences the thrilling story of the witches of Oz. The musical explores the complex friendship between the good witch Glinda and Elphaba, who eventually becomes the Wicked Witch of the West. The musical touches on themes of identity, friendship, and the nature of good and evil.
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