Have you ever wondered how people on Broadway got to where they are? Or, what the moment was that sparked their desire to be in show biz in the first place? Find out in this 6-episode miniseries dedicated to all things WICKED. Creators Dawn E. Cantwell and Zachary Noah Piser (WICKED Broadway's Nessarose and Boq) explore the origins of members of the WICKED family—both on and offstage.
Elphabas: Past and Present
This year's WICKED Day talk back brought together former and current green girls for an Elphie celebration. Producer David Stone makes a special guest-hosting appearance with Zach and Dawn as Teal Wicks, Caroline Bowman, Marcie Dodd, Jackie Burns,...
Teaser: Elphies Talk Back
The Elphaba talk back at this year’s WICKED Day was a must-hear. Don't forget to tune back in later this week for the full episode!
Susan Sampliner: The Voice Behind the Curtain
The great & powerful company manager, Susan Sampliner, sits down with Zach & Dawn to discuss how WICKED has changed in her 15 years with the show.
Jennifer DiNoia: The World Traveling Elphaba
Broadway’s current Elphaba, Jennifer DiNoia, joins Dawn & Zach to talk about her astounding eleven years with the WICKED family and what it’s like playing Elphaba for a non-English speaking audience.
Peter Scolari: Star of Stage and Screen
Emmy®-winning actor and WICKED’s very own Wizard, Peter Scolari, sits down with Dawn & Zach to talk about his journey from an apprentice in the New York Theater scene to the Broadway stage. Don’t miss Dawn, Zach, and Peter perform a moving live...
Craig Jessup: The “Greenifier” Takes Broadway
Craig Jessup, the Wicked Makeup Supervisor, joins Dawn & Zach to talk about going from working the Macy’s makeup counter to working on Broadway. Plus, hear about when Craig opened for Lady Gaga and get a very special live performance of his pop single!
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I've seen it on broadway it is so cool!
This podcast is great! I found it after I watched the play for the first time, and I loved it! I just wish there were more episodes.
This is a great podcast. I can't wait for the next show. I wish it was longer then 6 parts.