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Going to ‘Wicked’? Read this first

The people at WestCoast Entertainment have a few important reminders for people who have tickets to “Wicked,” which opens a two-week run Wednesday.

Those are:

  • Leave the babies and toddlers with the sitter. No one under 4 will be allowed in the theater. And although 'Wicked” is family entertainment, it is recommended for ages 8 and above.
  • Get to the show on time, preferably at least 10 minutes before show time. If you arrive late, they're not going to let you in to the performance until after the first number, nine minutes after the show starts.
  • People with Saturday (May 21) tickets will really have to plan ahead. Here's what the West Coast people say:

    “Saturday, May 21 is an exciting day in downtown Spokane with two sold-out performances of WICKED and the annual Spokane Lilac Festival Parade.  Please allow extra time to find parking downtown as some congestion is expected. 

    Spokane Falls Blvd. will be closed at Browne Street. Guests who need to drop off theatre attendees will be allowed access to drive to the front of the INB Performing Arts Center, drop off guests, and will be rerouted to Bernard.  If you need this access, please advise the police officer at Spokane Falls Blvd. and Browne that you need brief access for WICKED theatre attendees.”


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