|3 Apr 2007|| Heidi Hecht|
Cool pic. Though I might mention that "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" was published in 1900 not 1990. Just a nit. John H. Beckwith
replies: "Eh, did I really type in 19... LOL Well, I'm fixing that typo pronto. You're the first person to catch the mistake, too. Thanks! "
|21 Feb 2008|| Starlet Johanson|
I loved your picture. You got her face perfectly. I adore Elphaba, she is the BEST character in WICKED! I also just love Maggie. I have always loved the WWW, even before I read WICKED, which was in 2002, before I saw the musical the day that it premiered... October 30th, 2003!!
|21 Feb 2008|| John Beckwith|
Thanks, Starlet! To be honest, this was one of those illustrations that I liked, but I didn’t expect anyone except me to find it cool to see the original MGM movie WWW as herself in the Wicked setting. I STILL like how Ms. Hamilton’s face came out here, too. LOL
|2 Mar 2008|| Kimberly Torina|
Anyone who knows me buys everthing that has to do with the www and oz she rocks I always wanted to be her in my fantasy life as a kid she rocks just a ******* I still watch the wizard of oz once a month and I am sad I missed Wicked.
|8 May 2009|| Vicki Silas|
Interesting to see Margeret as Elphaba.
If only Poor Maggie knew The Wizard, was her father-The Scarecrow was her lover Fyearo-and The Tin Man was Boq the
Witch of The East Nessarosa’s lover.
or The Scarecrow/Elphaba saved Brrr The Cowardly Lion as a cub.
And Elphaba is nicer THAN Nessarosa.
Or that Glinda _MISS POPULAR_ and Elphaba were sorority sisters in College.
|2 Jun 2009|| Dasie|
She’s dead. She died from a heart attack if any of you were wondering. The age she was at the time of her death was 82. Her birthday was December 9th and when she played the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz she was 36. After filming The Wizard of Oz she stole Bert Lahr from Judy Garland.Missing:[/b]