"If you have never seen Wicked, come and see it for the first time and be spellbound."
In March 2024, the popular Broadway musical Wicked is flying into Melbourne’s Regent Theatre. Continuing its residency at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre, Wicked’s current run has been described as “ingenious and beautiful” by the Sydney Morning Herald. Soon enough, it’ll be Melbourne’s turn.
Led by an all-Australian cast of Courtney Monsma as “Glinda the Good” and Sheridan Adams as Elphaba, the girl who becomes the “Wicked Witch of the West”, Robyn Nevin as Madame Morrible, Todd McKenney as the famous Wizard, Liam Head as Fiyero, Adam Murphy as Dr Dillamond, Shewit Belay as Nessarose, Kurtis Papadinis as Boq, and Zoe Coppinger will be the Elphaba Standby.
That’s not all, though, as Wicked arrives with a talented troupe of individuals carrying the Ensemble and Swing, including, per a press release:
Christian Ambesi, Conor Bann-Murray, Brittany Carter, Olivia Castagna, Eli Cooper, Matt Cranleigh, Joseph Donovan, Sage Douglas, Bayley John Edmends, Todd Jacobsson, Rohan Khanna, Andrew Kroenert, Elisha Zion Lee, Jordan Malone, Emily Monsma, Matilda Moran, Jackson Reedman, Amelia Sanzo, Edward Smith, Ksenia Teliatnikova, Lucas Van Rhijn, Jessica Vellucci, Mietta White and Jun Woodfield.
You can sign up here to access pre-sale tickets (16 October) and the general sale on 20 October to catch the Wicked season at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre in March 2024.
Wicked Australia Co-Producer John Frost commented in a statement, “I’m thrilled we’re able to bring Wicked to Melbourne and play at the beautiful Regent Theatre, where Australia’s love for the show began. This is one of the most lavish musical productions to have ever played in Australia, the full Broadway experience. You get your money’s worth and then some, with the lavish sets and opulent costumes, a feast for the eye and the ear.
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“The new Australian cast is exceptional and has been embraced by Wicked fans. If you have never seen Wicked, come and see it for the first time and be spellbound. If you have seen it before, I know you’ll want to come back and be enthralled all over again.”
You can watch a Wicked The Musical teaser below.