Roadway’s Wicked to Once More Offer a Live Summer 2022 Lottery

Wicked on Broadway, will once more be presenting a live ticket lottery show for the summer at the Gershwin Theatre.

The only live, in-person lottery on Broadway will be on for almost three hours before the start of each performance and will do in the Gershwin breezeway. All winners will be unveiled two hours before the beginning of the performance. Each performance will have 26 available tickets, with each ticket being priced at $30, while also including a facility fee of $2. Ticket payments must be in cash, as there will be ticket limits of two for each person.

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The cast on Broadway is currently made up of Brittney Johnson (Glinda), Talia Suskauer (Elphaba), Cleavant Derricks (The Wizard), James Gish (Fiyero), Sharon Sachs (Madame Morrible), Jordan Barrow (Boq), Mikayla Renfrow (Nessarose), and Clifton Davis (Doctor Dillamond).

Ever since it was first ever shown on October 30, 2003, the show, Wicked, the hit musical, has been through 16 countries and more than 100 cities. In October 2019, wicked, the hit musical had leapfrogged Les Misérables and became the fifth longest-showing production in the history of Broadway.

Wicked was produced with lyrics and music from Stephen Schwartz and the book by Winnie Holman is adapted from a novel called – Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West which Gregory Maguire had written.

The production was orchestrated by Joe Mantello and features the works of Tom Watson (for hair and wig design), Wayne Cilento (for musical staging), Susan Hilferty (for costume design), Tony Meola (for sound design), Elaine McCarthy (for Projections), Stephen Oremus (for music arrangements and supervision), Kenneth Posner (for lighting design), William Brohn (for orchestrations), James Abbott (first dance arrangements), Eugene Lee (for scenic design), with the Telsey office handling the casting role.

The Wicked musical had been reopened on Broadway and begins on September 14th, 2021 after the Covid-19 shutdown. Producers for the show include David Stone, Jon Platt, The Araca Group, Universal Stage Productions, and Marc Platt.

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