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May 18 2006

K. Todd Freeman tours with "Wicked." K. Todd Freeman (Mr. Trick from Season 3 of Buffy) tours with "Wicked", a play telling the story of Oz sympathetic to the Wicked Witch.

Freeman plays a goat named Doctor Dillamond who teaches at the school all four witches attend.

Cool. I caught the tour in San Francisco in September. Dr. Dillamond's only in a couple scenes, but he's a cool character. And I don't mean to nitpick, but there are only 3 witches in the play (Elphaba, Glinda, and NessaRose). Sorry, big Wicked fan here.
Aww, yay! I'm seeing this in exactly 4 days and can't wait! I had to fight for those tickets and am looking forward to seeing the entire show.
I'd loved the character of Mr Trick, thought K. Todd Freeman really nailed him. I'd love see him in this play.
Isn't Dr Dillamond the goat?
Yes, he is, Rogue.
I just saw Wicked on Broadway a few weeks ago! It was a beautiful and very funny show. I'm hoping to get tickets to see this touring show, but like CloudyVisions found, this is no easy task. I also loved Mr. Trick and would like to see him in this small yet interesting role.
Sorry, for some reason I filled in Ms. Morrible as the fourth witch.

Anyway, I didn't know anything about the play before I saw it, and I read his bio where it states "and was Mr. Trick on 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'" (which is more verbose than anyone else was about their TV appearances. He really gets the role down well, and I'm not just biased because I love Mr. Trick.
Everytime I see Mr. Trick I can't help thinking, "This is what Joss wanted Spike for in S2. Come in, be a memorable fun villian and die an interesting death." I sometimes wonder if Spike hadn't taken off in everyone's imaginations like he did so that Joss decided not to kill him, whether Mr. Trick would have had a chance to avoid getting dusted.

I've wanted to see Wicked for a while. I'll have to keep a look out for an opportunity to see it.
We tried to get tix for the Atlanta show, but they're completely sold out. GOod going on his part.

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