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Ghost the Musical at the Los Angeles Pantages Theater



Pantages Theater
6233 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028


The Ghost the Musical
How do I review Ghost: the musical? The question plagued me even during intermission, before the show had finished. About 40 minutes into the show, I already knew what the critics would be saying-they would hate it!

The problem that the critics have with the show is tri-fold. One, the show is an import from the West End. Fans of the snubbed show Matilda: the Musical will know exactly what I mean when I say that any show that's an import on Broadway--however brilliant, however wonderful, however game-changing-will almost always be seen as a step below the created-in-America fare. Two, the musical was based on a film. For reason's I can't fathom, the Broadway critics have never appreciated shows, regardless of their quality, that had their origins in film. But why is this a terrible thing? Even classic shows, like Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I, are based on previously created stories! It is a shame that Broadway has such a Hollywood bias. But, moving on.

The final reason for the show's failure among critics is this: it relies heavily on technology. Now, all Broadway shows rely on technology in some way or another. Wicked boasts a flying bubble and mechanical set-pieces that take the place of stage hands; the Phantom of the Opera needs technology to raise that enormous chandelier every night-and so on. Ghost, however, needs the tricks of technology to pull off what it does. It needs its projections, its light screens, its holograms and video tricks. Without them, the show can't go on, because the special effects which create the ghosts and the souls and all of the delightful, wonderful magic that the show creates can only be done through this type of technology. It's a double edged sword, and one that the critics are only too happy to sink to the hilt into the show. A slight glitch in Wicked might earn a quirk of a smile-but a glitch in Ghost, which may literally bring down the curtain? Is worth a thousand words.

As for my personal review of Ghost? I say that it is a moving, charming-if slightly melodramatic, but then wasn't the film?-show that will pull at the heartstrings of anyone brave enough to look past the high noses of critics and see the show for what it truly is: a show about love, death, and letting go. By: Dani K

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Winner of 35 major awards including the Grammy Award and three Tony Awards, WICKED is the untold story of the witches of Oz. Long before Dorothy drops in, two other girls meet in the land of Oz. One, born with emerald-green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. WICKED tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, how these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good.

Declared "The Best Musical of the Decade" by Entertainment Weekly and "A Cultural Phenomenon" by Variety, WICKED is based on the novel by Gregory Maguire, has music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, and a book by Winnie Holzman. The production is directed by Joe Mantello with musical staging by Wayne Cilento. WICKED is produced by Marc Platt, Universal Pictures, The Araca Group, Jon B. Platt and David Stone.

Come watch this exciting story unfold as we learn that the Wicked Witch of the West wasn't always so Wicked! Contact us for your Pantages Theater Wicked Tickets today!


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