Today’s daily prompt is: Pick a random word and do Google image search on it. Check out the eleventh picture it brings up. Write about whatever that image brings to mind.
I just watched “The Wizard of Oz” last night for the first time. I know, I know, you can close your opened mouth. Everyone that I saw that to seems to have that reaction. I saw Wicked Broadway in August when it was on tour in Montreal. It was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. I’m serious. It was fun, the songs were fantastic and now I understand the link and twist of the Broadway from the movie/original story.
Of course seeing the movie afterwards, I had to slightly analyze and compare the two to see what happens and how the story before Dorothy got into Oz. There are certain parts that we doesn’t really connect but still, this Broadway musical is the top of the line. Part of me would like to see it with the Original Cast with Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoworth.
I have the soundtrack and till now, I’m still listening to it and singing along when I’m not walking in the street. You know, that would be somewhat weird. Although I do smile and chuckle to myself when I walk in the streets listening to podcasts.
Back to Wicked, so for those that haven’t seen the broadway, its the “Untold Story of the Witches of Oz”. We get to see how Glinda (the Good Witch) started school and made friends with Elpheba (the Wicked Witch of the West). Its a story about love and friendship, to do things against the flow, you know, defying gravity. If it does stop at your city, you really should see it. I loved it and I wouldn’t hesitate to see it a second or third time if it came back to town. I saw it with my best friend and we both enjoyed it a lot.
Have any of you ever seen it before? What did you think? Any other Broadway musicals that you’d recommend? I have my eyes open for anyone new ones right now. We have Mary Poppins and Billy Elliot scheduled to tour in the next few months. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to catch it.
2 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: Wicked”
The WIzard of Oz is high on my all time best film lists. And Billy Elliot was a great show in Sydney.
I glad to hear that you liked Billy Elliot. I’m thinking about going to see it. As for Wizard of Oz, that is now one of my favorites. I had so much fun watching it!