New York City, New York
I've seen Wicked on the west end and loved it and decided to see it on Broadway since my mother hasn't seen it. We both thoroughly enjoyed, it's funny and a really beautiful show to see as it's very colourful and there is a lot to see.
We booked our tickets with Viator a few months before going and didn't know what seats we were sitting in until we got our tickets in the theatre. We assumed we would be quite far back and were surprised to find we were in row B, around 5 stages away from the stage. However, our seats were almost at the end of the row which meant our view of the stage wasn't great. This is because there is a big cog on the side of the stage, which is occasionally used as someone to lean or climb on, that obstructed our view. I swapped seats with my mother for the second act and it was amazing how much difference moving one seat made. I had to lean to the side to see more of the stage and the background. Most of the acting takes place at the front of the stage though, so you can still see what is going on, you just miss some of the dance moves and scenery.
I'd recommend Wicked to everyone, it tells a great story about the witches of Oz through humour and great songs and is very cleverly written.
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