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firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:I am a little perplexed about how they have managed to turn this into a musical...but quite intrigued, would love to watch it!!!!
CassieXO wrote:gelreynolds wrote:I am a little perplexed about how they have managed to turn this into a musical...but quite intrigued, would love to watch it!!!!
SPOILER TO THE MUSICAL BELOW! DON'T READ UNLESS YOU WANT TO !!
but in case you want to know they made the ending to the musical a "happily ever after disney movie' kind of ending.
npandit wrote:Ever since I watched the musical and fell in love with it, I have tried to read Wicked at least on 10 different occasions, but have never been able to get into it. I like that the book is a little darker and eerie in places than the musical, but I found the language to be confusing and a little difficult to understand. But the characters have these dark, odd dimensions--and everyone I know that has read the book has said they loved it, so I'll have to keep forcing myself to get through it.
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