16 comments

  • Katrina Eames

    This was such a great interview

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  • Oliver Davis

    I'm so excited wtf

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  • Ronald Atkinson

    Interesting! I always thought the person who plays The Wizard operates the Oz head.

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  • J E Y M S Y

    Just wanted to share…
    I really want to take a course related to art…I love making stuffs,crafts,props,articulating costumes at my young age, Art gives me life…I hope I can pass the exam for taking Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts.

    This video inspired me ALOT

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  • Orion Doherty

    I love wicked I love broadway and I love the time they put into it every night holy cow!

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  • Courtney Minton

    Thank you! Your video was the perfect way to kick off our Set Design Unit in my Intro to Theatre Class.

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  • Matthew Morgan

    This was fantastic… A remarkable insight! I could watch this stuff for hours!!

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  • Lukas Sprehn

    What happened to the sound?
    EDIT: Now it's fine. Weird.

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  • Cody Ray Strimple

    I’ve literally watched this video at Least 10 times, and every time I find myself in awe with how incredibly intricate and deeply thought out every single detail is. Mind blowing.

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  • Matt

    I have seen Wicked 10 times. Best show on the West End.

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  • Yvonne Huang

    Enjoyed this so much! thanks for filming this

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  • ajematic channel

    I love it…it inspire me to pursue my passion in acting and besides is set design

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  • Paola Bueso

    Absolutely amazing! This is so inspiring to watch. Thank you so much for sharing the video.

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  • TheMaestroCraig

    Wonderful!

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  • Allan Nazareno

    How come Eugene Lee, the actual set designer of the show, is not mentioned? Wasn't Eugene Lee the scenic designer? Why does it sound like his contributions were not acknowledged?

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  • Liofa

    Equalise the sound, listen to it in headphones, you have the people speaking in different channels. Sounds weird. The guy explaining is always in the left ear, the presenter is in the right and hardly says anythibg, so essentially most sound is coming from the right. Retarded.

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