FILE - In this undated photo released by the producers of "Wicked," Idina Menzel, left, is joined by Jennifer Laura Thompson, right, in the $14 million "Wizard of Oz" prequel. The Broadway League reported Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, that the 10-year-old "Wicked" took in a whopping $2,947,172 over nine performances last week, which is the highest single-week gross of any show in Broadway history. (AP Photo /Joan Marcus, File)
Fans of the musical Wicked will get a chance to see the play performed right here in South Bend.
And while performances of the Tony Award-winning show do not start until the spring, fans can now officially reserve their seats to witness the magic.
Tickets went on sale for the first time Saturday at 8 a.m. and people lined up early in the morning in order to secure their spot.
For anyone who did not brave the cold temperatures and wait in line, seats are still available online at morriscenter.org, and in person at the Hammes Bookstore.
Wicked will take the stage starting on May 8 and running until May 19.