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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 only the magically gifted can read. The spell did not do what she thought and she cast a spell on all the monkeys. Elphaba realizes that the Wizard is not who had said he was and was actually the reason that animals had been oppressed in Oz. Elphaba decides…

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    “The Wizard of Oz” play was about a girl named Dorothy, who goes on a journey with a scarecrow, a tin man, and lion to see the wizard of Oz. On this journey she encounters many people, some friendly and some not. Dorothy and her friends go to see the wizard each for their own purposes, but all had intentions of stopping the Wicked Witch of the West. There are many entertaining scenes in this play. Two of them are the flying monkey scene and when she first arrives in Oz. When Dorothy first…

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    L is for Laughter L is for Laughter. I have many types of laughs that are embarrassing to possess. My first type of laugh is similar to a horrifying witch. When I was 10 I would laugh like that and I'd be called their little witch instead of their little mermaid. I can still laugh like a witch, I just choose not to because I don't want to be called a witch. The worst part was when I would think about painting my face green so I could be The Wicked Witch of the West. My second type of laugh is…

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    “She’s the one who made me like this. ‘She’ is Hazel Ash, in other words, the Wicked Witch of the West.” Lucas cried. “What exactly did she do to you?” Trinity asked. “Tell me your story. Please?” Trinity wanted to know everything. “ Well… It all started when I was at home, things seemed to be going great, but, my mom is a businesswoman. Someone-one or some...thing ordered what she was selling. My mom told me to go explore. I went to the backyard. I heard a scream, I went to see what was…

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    This show was the outcome of a remake of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz and the novel Wicked: The life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. This show is characterized by containing high doses of feelings and sensations. According to the portal playbill, Wicked is one of the longest running shows of Broadway history. Besides that, a report done by the Fiscal Times stated that this shown had obtained gross revenue of $867.12 million between 2003 and 2014. The previous facts are a proof of the…

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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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    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz The colors L. Frank Baum uses in the novel “The Wizard of Oz” symbolizes the regions in the story. The Munchkins were represented by the color blue. The color yellow represents The Yellow Brick Road. Emerald City was defined by the color green. The color schemes played a very important part in the story of The Wizard of Oz. Baum utilized the colors to describe the characters, and to help the readers understand better. Although the Munchkins wore the color blue, this…

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    They walk to the castle. Dorothy saw the Red Queen. The Red Queen was reading a book. Who that? Dorothy asks. That the Red Queen. Nivens answer. They walk to the White Queen. I am so sorry your highness, I did not find Alice because I went to the wrong dimension. This girl name Dorothy Gale follow me. Nivens said. It ok. It was meant to happen. Hello, Dorothy Gale. The White Queen said. My name is Mirana the White Queen. Nivens said your dog name is Toto. I believe you’re here for a reason and…

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    She does not command her companions or give orders, or if she gives any orders these words are omitted and only the results are described. This is the case in chapter XIII when Dorothy has melted the Wicked Witch of the West and freed her friend, the cowardly Lion, the text reads: “They went in together to the castle, where Dorothy’s first act was to call all the Winkies together and tell them that they were no longer slaves” (87). This moment is not only significant for Dorothy’s character…

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    In the second quotation from the Wizard of Oz, the King of the winged monkeys tells Dorothy the story behind the Golden Cap. Dorothy became the owner of the Golden Cap after she melted the Wicked Witch of the West with a bucket of water, she took the cap from the Witch’s cupboard because she thought it was pretty. The Golden Cap is not configured by manmade ingenuity, but rather it is enchanted by a spell and forces the Winged Monkeys to obey the individual that possess the cap. The Golden Cap…

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