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i cried when i first heard the music start cuz i was finally seeing it.
then i cried when julia murney defyied gravity cuz i was deeply moved. and i have been waiting a long time to see that!

DG was the best min and 34 ses of my life. i couldnt move when the house lights went on again. i was frozen and bauling.

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this musical pulled so many emotions out of me.

I was laughing so hard at Popular it was ridiculous, like I even did a knee slap.

And I did cry. During "For Good." It was so touching. I didn't cry during "Defying Gravity" I think I was just extremely mesmerized.

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Well, I haven't cried during the show...which surprises me. I've seen it twice, yet I'm weeping on the inside, but not crying on the outside. It completely shocks me when I don't cry during For Good. I almost did last time, but no tears came, just choked on a sob. I've been kinda numb since my Grandma's passing, but I MIGHT see it again next year.....Most likely, so I might cry then. :D I'm weird, I know.

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I didn't cry. But "Defying Gravity" definitely was a showstopping moment.

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I cried because I was finally seeing Wicked! The songs I've listened to a hundred times, now all up there on a stage, for reals, live. I was just blown away. I also cried when it was over because I didn't want it to be over.

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I always cry a little when a show is over, because I know it'll be a few months before I get back in the city to see another one.

As for Wicked, I got a little teary-eyed during "Defying Gravity" and then in the finale, because I thought it was really stupid and cheesy for the show to have a happy ending.


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I didn't cry at all, although the lady next to me was. I don't generally cry that much.

I was actually really disappointed with Defying Gravity. Something was just...off. They were on key, but the performances just didn't seem very powerful. And, it was hard for me to understand the words (I could pick them out, but that's mostly because I have it memorized.) And, it might have been cause i was in the balcony (seeing her rise into the air isn't as impressive if you're still looking down at her.)

But, the rest of the show was fantastic.

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Lepitot wrote:
(seeing her rise into the air isn't as impressive if you're still looking down at her.)


That made me laugh so hard.

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I haven't seen the play, but my friend told me about it, and now when I hear "No Good Deed" i feel like rying.

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The first time I saw it I was a basketcase during For Good.

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pish123c wrote:
wicked_boy wrote:
Not really, but during For Good and the melting scene I had that funny feeling of being "lost", does anyone else get that feeling, and all your insides go wierd?


Could you describe the feeling a little more?

i know exactly wut u mean! the felling is so wierd but so............ idk just different!


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DefyingGravityforever wrote:
pish123c wrote:
wicked_boy wrote:
Not really, but during For Good and the melting scene I had that funny feeling of being "lost", does anyone else get that feeling, and all your insides go wierd?


Could you describe the feeling a little more?

i know exactly wut u mean! the felling is so wierd but so............ idk just different!


I get that sometimes, I just don't know what emotion I'm feeling, and I just feel like I've lost something I'll miss loads.

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