Wicked Behind The Emerald Curtain

Previews Begin
October 30, 2003
Opening Night
October 30, 2003
On Sale Through
March 28, 2024
Running Time
90 mins
Theatre
Gershwin Theatre

About the Show

Poster for Wicked, Behind the Emerald Curtain

BEHIND THE EMERALD CURTAIN is an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at WICKED. This event is great for diehard Broadway fans and newcomers alike. Even if you haven’t seen Wicked, you’ll be fascinated by the details that go into a major Broadway production. led by members of the WICKED Broadway cast, your guides will take you through the creative process of a Broadway show, giving first-hand accounts of the birth of a new musical!

Participants take a guided tour through the Museum, which includes an elaborate set model and up-close looks at the Tony Award winning costumes! BEHIND THE EMERALD CURTAIN also highlights the work of the 125 people it takes to make every performance of Wicked happen. Each event concludes with a Q&A session with cast members, where you will have the opportunity to find out more about WICKED specifically and show business in general.

About the Show

Poster for Wicked, Behind the Emerald Curtain

BEHIND THE EMERALD CURTAIN is an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at WICKED. This event is great for diehard Broadway fans and newcomers alike. Even if you haven’t seen Wicked, you’ll be fascinated by the details that go into a major Broadway production. led by members of the WICKED Broadway cast, your guides will take you through the creative process of a Broadway show, giving first-hand accounts of the birth of a new musical!

Participants take a guided tour through the Museum, which includes an elaborate set model and up-close looks at the Tony Award winning costumes! BEHIND THE EMERALD CURTAIN also highlights the work of the 125 people it takes to make every performance of Wicked happen. Each event concludes with a Q&A session with cast members, where you will have the opportunity to find out more about WICKED specifically and show business in general.

About the Theatre

Gershwin Theatre

222 W 51st St
New York, NY 10019

Originally named The Uris, The Gershwin Theatre opened in 1972 and was the first Broadway theatre built since 1931. The theatre’s opening production of Via Galactica became a notorious flop and closed after only seven performances.

The theatre was renamed during the 1983 Tony Awards to honor the famous composer George Gershwin. Today, the Gershwin boasts the highest seating capacity of any Broadway theatre, and its lobby plays host to the American Theatre Hall of Fame.