I went to see Wicked.
My sister and I begged our mom this summer for the three of us to go together. Mom likes musical theater, too, but I don't think she quite understood why we wanted to go so badly.
Two other girlfriends got tickets, and we all went downtown to eat at the Old Spaghetti Factory before the show. I don't really eat there all that often since it's not really a convenient place to go to from where I live, but it's always a yummy meal when I go. We took our photo with the streetcar, which I have never gotten to eat in! (This is on my list of things to do sometime.)
We made the walk over to TPAC and found our balcony seats about 15 minutes before the show. It has sold out for the entire 18 days that it's in town!
We were in the top balcony, but we were in the center on the second row. We were definitely up pretty high, but we could totally see all the action.
The show? Amazing. If you have an opportunity to see this, you MUST. It's soooo worth the money, I promise. The story is awesome. The music is awesome. The singers? Awesome.
Seriously. I've seen quite a few musicals/plays here in Nashville when they come here as well as on stage in New York City and Chicago. This one is right at the top of my list of what I've enjoyed most.
We even snapped a photo of the curtain call!