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"Behind the Emerald Curtain" is an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the show led by two Broadway cast members. Even if you haven’t seen “Wicked”, you’ll be fascinated by the details and complexities that go into a major Broadway production. Your guides will take you through the creative process of a Broadway show, giving first-hand accounts of the birth of a new musical.
See it if Love wicked the musical and enjoy knowing behind the scenes gossip and tricks about this spectacular broadway show. One for the super fans
Don't see it if If you don’t like wicked or tours... or if you have no interest in finding out how this show is put together
See it if This wasn't a show, but see it, if they have it again, if you're a Broadway lover and want to know about all the behind the scenes.
Don't see it if If you're not interested in learning about what goes on behind the scenes.
See it if You love broadway familiar with Wicked or other big musicals. Enjoy learning about the costumes, sets, makeup behind the scenes information
Don't see it if You have no interest in how a large musical comes together.
See it if You love the musical Wicked and are interesting in learning what goes on behind the scenes in terms of putting on a Broadway production.
Don't see it if You are only interested in the acting and singing aspects of the show as that is not the focus.
See it if you want to know what goes into the making of a Broadway show, you really like Wicked.
Don't see it if you have no interest in what goes into creating a Broadway production, you aren't interested in Wicked.
See it if Even if you haven't seen Wicked, this is a great way to learn about the backstage workings of a major Broadway musical.
Don't see it if You are not interested in musicals. You don't want to know how the magic of a Broadway musical is created.
See it if This was a fascinating look/listen at the collaborative process necessary to make Wicked happen. Actor hosts were engaging and welcoming.
Don't see it if You are disinterested in how a show happens. Slightly disappointed we didn’t get to see backstage.
See it if You like Wicked &/or are a big theatre fan. This tour gives an inside look at some of what goes into the making of a big production.
Don't see it if You expect to actually go on stage or backstage & don't like crowds. It was hard to see some of the costumes as they were being discussed.
See it if you are a big Wicked fan and want to learn more about life behind the scenes from people who work on the show. Or if you're about to see it.
Don't see it if you do not do well with large groups in rather small spaces. I did not anticipate being crowded in with a high school group of 100+ teens.
See it if You’re interested in learning more about the design decisions behind wicked and how shows are made in general, with bits of actors’ lives.
Don't see it if You’re expecting to actually go behind the emerald curtain - not happening.
See it if You want a little information about how a Broadway production comes alive
Don't see it if You are a real theatre buff and you want a more in depth description and hands on approach. There were too many videos so not worth the $
See it if you are already an super-fan of "Wicked" and you want to learn more about the show's production with a fun behind-the-scenes walking tour.
Don't see it if you don't want any spoilers for your first time seeing "Wicked."
See it if You enjoy musical theater, especially if you have seen or plan to see Wicked.
Don't see it if You expect to literally be behind the curtain backstage or onstage. Or if you think main players will be part of the tour in any way.
See it if The actors were very good and witty. It was hard to see all the props as they were explaining. Less people or different layout. Pricey 30
Don't see it if You are not interested in knowing what goes into a Broadway show. It was eye opening at the money that goes into costumes and sets