Then we walked very fast in the cold wind to the theater. I had never been there and was pleasantly surprised by the gorgeous interior. Beautiful chandeliers and molding every where.
We were pleasantly surprised to be seated (in the second balcony) in chairs in a roped off area that looked like it was meant for wheel chairs. It was dead center and we had a fantastic view, as well as, comfortable seats and leg room. And we didn't have to crawl over people to get to them.
Once the show started, I was a bit distracted by how much the story had changed from the book, but overall it was a fun entertaining story.
The dancing was fantastic and the singing was wonderful. There were lots of laughs in the script and the actors really hammed it up too. Glinda played her role in a very "Molly Shannon" way.
And we only got lost once on the way back to St. Paul.