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Hollywood Pantages
6233 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
323-466-1770
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Get parking from Sunshine Auto Parks Inc for cheap and it's right across from the theater which makes it easy when leaving and arrive early so you have an easy time getting around and so you can enjoy things for a bit before the show
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Definitely done before you go. They only sell drinks and candy inside and you can't bring any food or drinks in. Great bar and grill right next door called 33 Taps
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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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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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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