Date(s) - May 23, 2012 - Jul 17, 2012
12:00 am
Location - Community Center Theater

BROADWAY’S BIGGEST BLOCKBUSTER
MAKES ITS SACRAMENTO PREMIERE!

Long before that girl from Kansas arrives in Munchkinland,
two girls meet in the land of Oz. One – born with emerald
green skin – is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. How these two grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good makes for “the most complete – and completely satisfying – new musical in a long time” (USA Today).

COMPANY

Director – Joe Mantello
Musical Staging – Wayne Cilento
Music Supervisor – Stephen Oremus
Orchestrations – William David Brohn
Scenic Designer – Eugene Lee
Costume Designer – Susan Hilferty
Lighting Designer – Kenneth Posner
Sound Designer – Tony Meola
Projections – Elaine J. McCarthy
Wigs and Hair Designer – Tom Watson
Production Supervisor – Thom Widmann
Technical Supervisor – Jake Bell
Music Arrangements – Alex Lacamoire & Stephen Oremus
Musical Director – P. Jason Yarcho
Dance Arrangements – James Lynn Abbott
Music Coordinator – Michael Keller
Associate Scenic Designer – Edward Pierce
Special Effects – Chic Silber
Associate Choreographer – Corinne McFadden Herrera
Associate Director – Lisa Leguillou
Casting – Telsey + Company/Craig Burns, C.S.A.
Production Stage Manager – J. Jason Daunter
Press – Phillip Aleman
General Management – 321 Theatrical Management
Executive Producers – Marcia Goldberg & Nina Essman
Stage Manager – Rolando A. Linares
Assistant Stage Managers – Molly Braverman & Amber White

Todd Anderson (Swing)
PJ Benjamin (The Wizard)
Lauren Boyd (Ensemble)
Justin Brill (Boq)
Antonette Cohen (Ensemble)
Rick Desloge (Ensemble)
Emily Ferranti (Nessarose)
Luis Augusto Figueroa (Ensemble)
Timothy A. Fitz-Gerald (Ensemble)
Napoleon W. Gladney (Ensemble)
Brenda Hamilton (Swing)
Courtney Iventosch (Witch’s Mother/Ensemble)
Spencer Jones (Swing)
Kevin Jordan (Swing)
Andy Kelso (Fiyero)
Trevor Ryan Krahl (Ensemble)
Kelly Lafarga (Swing)
Renée Lawless-Orsini (Midwife)
Philip Dean Lightstone (Dance Captain/Swing)
Marissa Lupp (Swing)
Michael Mahany (Ensemble)
Alli Mauzey (Glinda)
Liz McCartney (Madame Morrible)
Kevin McMahon (Witch’s Father/Ozian Official)
Dashi’ Mitchell (Chistery)
Ashley Dawn Mortensen (Ensemble)
Desi Oakley (Swing)
Cassie Okenka (Ensemble)
Nicole Parker (Elphaba)
Christopher Russo (Ensemble)
Sarah Schenkkan (Ensemble)
Adéa Michelle Sessoms (Ensemble)
Pamela Shandrow (Ensemble)
Steven Skybell (Dr. Dillamond)
Carla Stickler (Standby for Elphaba)
Ben Susak (Chistery)
Shanna Vanderwerker (Dance Captain/Swing)
Mikey Winslow (Ensemble)

Content Guide: Wicked is recommended for theatregoers 8 and over.