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)
It's going to get a little bit "Wicked" in Michiana in just a few months.
Starting Saturday, you can officially book your spot to witness all the magic.
The Tony award-winning musical "Wicked" is coming to the Morris Performing Arts Center in downtown South Bend this spring.
Tickets go on sale to the public exclusively at the Morris Box Office from eight to ten a.m.
After ten, any remaining seats will be up for grabs online at morriscenter.org and in person at the Hammes Bookstore in Eddy Street Commons or at Super Sounds/TG Music in Goshen.
There is an eight-ticket limit per person.
The hit musical is told from the perspective of the witches in the Land of Oz.