Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) July 01, 2013
Houston theater aficionados who are Wizard of Oz fans will certainly enjoy seeing a production of the show that tells an interesting story about the two individuals who become Glinda the Good Witch of the North and the evil, nasty Witch of the West. The show debuted on Broadway back in 2003 and is currently still going strong at Gershwin Theatre. Houston residents can obtain tickets reduced in price at BargainSeatsOnline.com for performances appearing at Sarofim Hall - Hobby Center.
The show has been having a very successful run on Broadway besides touring in a variety of U.S. cities as well as other regions of the world. Many theaters in America will be hosting the show about the two famous witches from The Wizard of Oz, and some of these locations include Appleton, Wisconsin; Boston, Massachusetts; Des Moines, Iowa; Little Rock, Arkansas; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Providence, Rhode Island; Spokane, Washington; Omaha, Nebraska; and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Wicked tickets have been consistently selling to theatergoers in New York and other locations across America. The show has become so popular since its debut that it has also been appearing in other parts of the world. Apollo Victoria Theatre, located in London's West End, has been hosting the show since 2006 and will continue to do so until November 1 and possibly beyond. Due to the interest generated by the presentation, there is even talk about making a film adaptation of the onstage production. Universal Studios will produce the film, although nothing definite has been set yet at this time. It seems that the producers are waiting for the show's earnings to slacken off before actually beginning creation of the movie.
The first national tour of the show began in 2005 in Toronto, Ontario, and is still traveling to a number of locations within the U.S. and Canada. A second national tour began in 2009 and is also currently running. The show has attracted much attention from critics and theater enthusiasts, winning three Tony Awards, a Grammy, and other prestigious honors. Since the Broadway production celebrated its ninth anniversary last October, it is now the 12th longest-running show on The Great White Way.