About Wicked

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Hollywood Pantages
6233 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
323-466-1770
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Lots of great restaurants around. Katsuya offered a discount with theater tickets purchase.
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If you'd like to avoid a lot of traffic after the performance, park for a flat rate of $15 at Emerson parking on Argyle off the north east corner of Hollywood Blvd./Argyle. Avoid traffic and make a quick get away by exiting structure on Argyle & go North (right) 1 block to Hollywood (101) Fwy. , and you'll be on your way!
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4.8 average rating
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3 reviews
1 stars
attended May 08 2008

The entire experience was great. Parking was not a problem. The Will-Call lines were short. And the show was absolutely wonderful. I loved each and everyone of the performance. The lightening and set designs were spectacular.

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4 reviews
5 stars
attended May 07 2008

I love the play. It was amazing. I definitely had a terrific time. In addition, the tickets were sold at a very reasonable price as well. And got a good seat too, orchestra, in the middle area. It was nice. I sure will recommend Goldstar to all of...continued

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Website

http://www.wickedthemusical.com

Quotes & Highlights

“America’s must-see musical. It delivers everything we expect of a big ticket musical-theater experience — spectacle, anthemic songs, a cathartic story — and makes the most of an irresistible theme: the indelible bond of friendship.” —Orange County Register
“One of the most successful shows in Broadway history.” —The New York Times
“A breathtaking success story, of a magnitude the theater has not witnessed since the peak years of The Phantom of the Opera.” —Washington Post
“A cultural phenomenon.” —Variety