19 January 2018 - 27 January 2018

Production Team

Robert Coates – Director

Jacqui Green – Choreographer

Andy Coates – Musical Director

Justin Jacobs – Orchestra Master

Jennifer McKenzie – Costume Designer

Lucy O’Brien – Associate Musical Director

Linda Hum – Lighting Designer

Marcello Lo Ricco – Sound Designer

Alicia Nisi – Associate Choreographer

Elysia Aguis – Producer

Joshua Mulcahy – Production Manager

Reuben Liversidge – Casting

Josh Mattielli – Sound Operator

Piper Knight – Sound Effects Operator

Mick Crozier, Jedd Schaeche, Clary riven- Sound Crew


Principal Cast

Emily Svarnias – Elphaba (evening shows)

Kara Sims – Elphaba (matinees)

Jasmine Arthur – Glinda

Jackson Hurwood – The Wizard

Taylor Troeth – Nessarose

Rishab Shrivastav – Fiyero

Darcy Harriss – Boq

Emily Palmer – Madame Morrible

Tristan Sicari – Dr. Dillamond




Ellie Adler, Declan Ahern, Jessica Allsop, Jocelyn Appleyard, Gigi Bacon, Mia Bailey, Will Barker, Charlotte Barker, India Bell, Tim Bland, Bobby Blood, Luc Bogemann, Caity Bond, Sarah Bowers, Brianna Bradford, Rhea Brendish, Sabrina Bulacios, Edward Burgess, Liam Charleston, Parker Clarkson, Rachel Crossan, Eimear Cunningham, Jamie Currow, Ruby Damiani, Caitlyn De Kuyper, Hannah De Soysa, Jami Declerck, Alexandra Denovan, Kaia Duong, Scott England, Gabrielle Etlis, Alex Ferguson, James Frampton, Olivia Freeman, Imogen Galbraith, Bryce Gibson, Dean Gild, Ryan Glasson, Alex Glenk, Stephanie Grech, William Hardy, Garrett Harrington, Lauren Hilton, Chaliah Hilton-Cronin, Emily Hirst, Cameron Hollenkamp, Daniel Hooper, Alice Hurwood, Emma Ings, Hannah Jones, Kate Jordon, Alexis Kananghinis, Christina Keen, Aidan Khan, Jessie Lawlor, Phoebe Lock, Cara Lofts, Andrew McArthur, Ashley McGowan, Jessie McGuigan, Jessica McMahon, Juliette Milne, Abigail Navarro, Aislin Newton-Keogh, Jared Nottle, Oliver Palamara, Tegan Parrish, Jessica Pascoe, Ella Paull, Rebecca Perry, Zak Pietsch, Meghan Pitham, Josh Pocock, Anthony Pontonio, Alex Powell, Laura Rogers, Chad Rosete, Jessie Rowe, Ellyn Ryan, Eliza Schwab, Corey Smark, Kirra Smark, Luke Smedley, Laura Smythe, Devlin Stewart, Kaitlyn Tanti, Richard Thomson, Oliver Thomson, Rachel Tunaley, Travis Vieth, Jeremy Watson, Lara White, Emma Wilby, Mollie Williams, James Williamson


Children’s Ensemble

Elena Atanasovski, Coco Bacon, Jesse Ermer, Zoe Gong, Yvette Lipovetsky, Abbey Marks, Charlize Miranda, Archie Newbegin, Erica Pierce,Yvette Pugat, Alessia Riepsamen, Hannah Simos-Garner, Joshua Simos-Garner, Darcy Smith, Hana Struckett, Zoe Thiang, Alyssa Thiang, Chloe Vigilante

“Triumphant all-youth version of Wicked” – Kate Herbert, Herald Sun

“The standing ovation at the end said it all.” – Graham Ford, Stage Whispers​

“This is a spectacular show” – Australian Arts Review

​”…a must-see production” – Classic Melbourne

​”Worthy of 5 stars! BRILLIANT, ENTERTAINING, THOROUGHLY ENJOYABLE!” – Leigh Drew, 97.7fm​

“Wicked is a fabulous production…Bring the family, friends, acquaintances and anyone who will listen.” – Sam Bell, West of Melbourne

“Giving this much-loved show a youthful twist” – Theatre People​

“…vivacious and enjoyable…” – Kate Herbert Theatre Reviews​

“visually spectacular” – Australian Times Weekly

Progress Leader

Monash Leader

Port Phillip & Glen Eira Leader

Whitehorse Leader

Original Creatives

Stephen Schwartz – Music & Lyrics

Winnie Holzman – Book

Gregory Maguire – Original Novel

William David Brohn – Orchestrations

Alex Lacamoire & Stephen Oremus – Music Arrangements

James Lyn Abbott – Dance Arrangements

About The Show

Wicked tells the incredible untold story of an unlikely but profound friendship between two girls who first meet as sorcery students at Shiz University: the blonde and very popular Glinda and a misunderstood green girl named Elphaba.

Following an encounter with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, their friendship reaches a crossroads and their lives take very different paths. Glinda’s unflinching desire for popularity sees her seduced by power while Elphaba’s determination to remain true to herself, and to those around her, will have unexpected and shocking consequences for her future.

Their extraordinary adventures in Oz will ultimately see them fulfil their destinies as Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West.

​Following on from 2017’s sell-out season of SHREK the Musical Jr. and many other successful shows in the Musicals for Young People series, Wicked will be the Young Australian Broadway Chorus’ most ambitious project to date, with a full orchestra, spectacular sets and costumes, and an extraordinary young cast.


Learn more at www.wickedmusical.com.au


WICKED presented by the Young Australian Broadway Chorus - Vox Pops

The Witches of YABC's production of Wicked appearance at Spooktober

WICKED Promotional Photoshoot