No one mourns the wicked. Except the gays. Damn, some of our friends cried like little baby girls when Wicked ended earlier this month.
And we can empathize. So much so that we’re writing about the symphony for the second week in a row after a drought of, oh, pretty much years.
That’s because you and every musical-loving gay have a second chance for a little witch worship when Wicked Divas premieres this week at the Meyerson. It’s Broadway as seen through a classical lens when the Dallas Symphony Orchestra unleashes Elphaba and Glinda to sing their biggest hits, but also favorite tunes from Ragtime, Gypsy, and Titanic.
It’s the only space in town with enough space to hold divas of this magnitude.
Well, except for the Rose Room, of course.
Friday and Saturday, 8:00 p.m.; Sunday, 2:00 p.m.
$28 to $110