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Theater review

A ‘wickedly’ entertaining musical

Jeanna de Waal, left, portrays Glinda and Christine Dwyer plays Elphaba in "Wicked," which is at Proctors through Nov. 25.
Jeanna de Waal, left, portrays Glinda and Christine Dwyer plays Elphaba in "Wicked," which is at Proctors through Nov. 25.
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Based on the size of the audience at Thursday night’s performance, Proctors’ choice to bring back “Wicked” was an intelligent one. It’s a show with a little bit of something for everyone, from musical theater buffs to dance aficionados to romance junkies to people who like complex characters. “Wicked” (based on the novel written by University at Albany alumnus Gregory Maguire) has done as well as it has because it has something from our collective ...


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