Behind the Scenes: Wicked

Behind the Scenes: Wicked

Wicked: Behind the Emerald Curtain offers groups an insightful, informative backstage sojourn through an enchanted land. Perfect for Wicked fans, musical lovers and those who want to be in the know. How does the magic work? Find out as you get to experience and see what most can only imagine.
With Wicked: Behind the Emerald Curtain you’ll get first-hand accounts of how Broadway producers, artists and technicians develop and sustain a new musical. Get inside info on Tony Award-winner Susan Hilferty's costumes and view Tony Award-winner Eugene Lee’s complex set model.  Did you know that it takes 125 people to produce this show each and every time it’s performed? Take the tour and you’ll see just how it happens. Every Wicked: Behind the Emerald Curtain tour ends with an engaging Q & A with cast members. Get to know how Wicked works from top to bottom.


  • Author Spotlight

    Matt Kizer

    Matt Kizer lives with his wife and son in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. He is the resident scenic and lighting designer for Plymouth State University, where he has been the head of the design and technology program since 1996. He designs for theate and dance companies, tours, and colleges in many parts of the Unites States. He serves as a regular designer for Auburn University in Alabama. He served as faculty lighting designer for Operafestival Di Roma in Italy, where he designed lighting for L’elisir di amore and The Magic Flute, both produced with the Orchestra Sinfonica dell’ International Chamber Ensemble at Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza in central Rome. He has designed for dance and movement in Potsdam, Germany at T-Werk in Schiffbauergasse with A-Fortiorni.He holds a BA in Theatre from Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne, and an MFA in Design from The Ohio State University. He serves on the International Activities Committee for the United States Institute for Theatre Technology. His work has been included in the The Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space as a part of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology's representation of work from the United States. Read Full
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