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    Wicked Play Analysis

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    Today I am going to write a professional performance response about a musical play I watched called “Wicked”. The play is a musical based on the novel called “Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West” and is an alternate telling of the classic film known as “The Wizard of Oz” which takes place before Dorothy’s arrival to the Land of Oz and provides a prequel by explaining how Elphaba became the Wicked Witch we have come to know her as and told in her perspective along with the Good Witch of the North, Glinda. I am going to cover my experiences and thoughts before I went to the theater and what it was like going there and my experience watching the play by writing about what opinions did it leave me about certain scenes whether…

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    Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. Elphiba, a young girl who discovers she has magical powers, is offered a sort of internship with the infamous Wizard of Oz. Gleefully, she accepts, only to find out when she meets this wizard that he is no wizard at all and is a fraud. He has set out to find a person with magical powers, such as Elphiba, to actually do the magic for him. When she discovers his scam she refuses and as she tries to run, the Wizard send guards after her and infests all of Oz…

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    Glinda Character Analysis

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    Egg- The eggs represent Glinda. Glinda starts out as a spoiled girl who only cares about her looks. She needs her appearance to be pure so she will not associate with anyone who is not as popular as she. An egg is smooth and a plain color on the outside. Most eggs have little flaws on them. When Glinda meets Elphaba her life changes, and her shell is cracked like an egg. She lets herself make mistakes like the messy part on the inside of they egg. The messy part is the part that you need to cook…

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    Glinda the Good Witch is the one who told Dorothy to keep the shoes from the Wicked Witch of the West. She is also the one who starts the celebration of the witches death. She explains to Dorothy that only pretty witches can be good, this is in fact the only indication that the wicked witch of the west is bad because of her green skin and mole. It is never expressed what the wicked witch actually does to earn her wicked title. After the wizard is proven not to be a wizard at all it is Glinda the…

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    At 1:38, the cast is visibly and audibly excited about the arrival of Glinda. This excitement is reflected through the orchestral parts as the flutes play lightly, this continues as Glinda begins to speak at 1:46. Overall these wind instruments are important in providing the undertone that this character is good. They continue to provide a sense of hope as the tone of the music is light and therefore associate this theme with the character of Glinda. This perception is clearly assisted through…

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    Summary of Event: Wicked is a musical about how the witches from The Wizard of Oz became friends. Elphaba, the wicked witch of the west, goes to Shiz University to help care for her little sister Nessarose. Her roommate at Shiz ends up being Glinda the Good. The professor at Shiz realizes that Elphaba has great powers and decides to teach her sorcery and gives her a chance to meet the Wizard. Elphaba and Glinda go together to meet the wizard and while there she is given the spell book which…

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    ” Vella asked, putting the knife away, much to his objections. “I am Glinda, the Good Witch of the South,” the witch replied. The company of five looked at each other. “I--I thought Evanora was the good witch,” Oz said. Glinda sighed. “Evanora. She is the true wicked witch.” “I knew it!” Vella whispered. “She led everyone to believe that I poisoned the king--my father. But really, it was her,” Glinda explained. Shay cringed internally. Would he ever have good enough judgement to…

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    Wizard Of Oz Critique

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    Presented by Jackson High and Hollywood “The Wizard of Oz” is a story that followed Dorothy and her adventures in Oz as she searches for a way back home. Along the way she meets several people who are looking for a solution for their problems as well. They run into obstacles along the way but with the help of Glinda, the good witch she manages to leave Oz and return to Kansas. The musical was filled with amazing props and effect, which improved the overall show. When Dorothy lands in Kansas she…

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    tinsmith fixed him up because 1 L.Frank Baum “The Wizard of OZ” and remade him with tin.But the tinsmith forgot gave a heart to him.And the lion's story did not told much in the book,when Dorothy asks him what makes him became a coward, he responds, "It's a mystery. I suppose I was born that The last difference between “The Wizard of OZ” Movie and Book is that Dorothy meet three magical women who help her when she on the way to OZ. They are the Good Witch of the North which did…

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    Glinda hugged the two teens. She was the last to say goodbye--all of the others had already said their farewells. It was not a very tearful goodbye. Vella and Shay were too exhilarated to be sad. The day beforehand, Glinda had told the two of her plan on how to get them home. A friend of hers specialized in teleportation and was able to help Glinda figure out a way to transport Vella and Shay back to their homes. “Are you sure you want to do this?” Glinda asked. The two teens nodded. “Then…

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