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Wicked National Tour Cast Will Sing for Marriage Equality in One-Night-Only Cabaret

Wicked National Tour Cast Will Sing for Marriage Equality in One-Night-Only Cabaret
Patti Murin & Dee Roscioli in the national tour of 'Wicked'
The cast of 'Wicked' will host a one-night-only cabaret on October 29.

Cast members of the national tour of Wicked will perform in a one-night-only cabaret to promote marriage equality at the Neptune Theatre on October 29. All proceeds from the evening, entitled “The Songs We Sing… For Good,” will benefit Washington Marriage Equality. The initiative is part of a partnership with the organization Broadway Impact

The event will feature leads and ensemble members performing song and dance numbers. There will also be a silent auction of Wicked memorabilia, a chance to join the cast backstage at the Paramount Theatre and an opportunity for a walk-on role in the musical. General admission tickets are $45. A limited number of VIP tickets are also available, which include priority seating and a pre-show reception hosted by Wicked cast members.

A vivid reimagining of the classic The Wizard of Oz, Wicked spotlights the untold stories of Oz’s most famous characters: the Wicked Witch of the West and her unlikely friend, Glinda the Good. The show follows the tale of green-skinned Elphaba through the life-changing events that eventually label her “wicked.” Fun for the whole family, Wicked is a tale about love, friendship and trust that reveals that there are two sides to every story. The Grammy-winning score by Stephen Schwartz features the songs “The Wizard and I,” “Popular” and “Defying Gravity.”

Currently playing at the Paramount Theatre through November 17, the show stars Dee Roscioli as Elphaba, Patti Murin as Glinda, Cliffton Hall as Fiyero, Kim Zimmer as Madame Morrible and Tom McGowan as the Wizard.