— Playbill (@playbill) October 3, 2014
— Tré Easton (@treeaston) October 3, 2014
Janaya Mahealani Jones: "The Spark of Creation" and "Stranger to the Rain" - Children of Eden one of Schwartz's most underrated musicals but it is jammed packed with musical brilliance! And these two stand out to me because they are two girls, very similar to eachother who have big decisions to make. You can really see the Emotional journey in each song and the point where you realize, they were definitely right.
— Laura (@LauraBethD) October 3, 2014
— Peter Villerius (@PeteHVill) October 3, 2014
— Skyler Slone (@Skyler93) October 3, 2014
— Adam Smith (@ars627) October 3, 2014
Miranda Miller: "Making Good" from Wicked because they both have an amazing message of not listening to what others say about you, and to follow your own path. They both say that the only opinion that you should care about is the opinion you have of yourself; If you know you are a good person, then you are.
— Jamie Lee (@JackalopeJamie) October 3, 2014
Kelly Shiu: “The Wizard and I” It’s where I really get to meet Elphaba. She lets her walls down, and tells about her inner self like all her hopes and dreams. It’s such a awesome moment that I loved.
— Danny De Bris (@DannyDeBris) October 3, 2014
Evan Bradley-Lewis: "Meadowlark"
— Nolan N Dresden (@nolandresden) October 3, 2014
Andrew Stevens Purdy: "Meadowlark"!
— Jamie Irvine (@_lightmycandle) October 3, 2014
— emma (@emmawimberly) October 3, 2014
Mitchell Roberts: I have a few, but I think "Corner of the Sky" has to be up there. The whole thing about wanting to belong sits nicely with me
— Max (@maxij77) October 3, 2014
Tom Quicksell: "For Good" is my favorite. It strikes such a personal chord. We all have people in our lives we can relate to with that song.
— Valerie Marie (@ValerieEarp) October 3, 2014
— Jenny Marie Hatch (@JennyHatch) October 3, 2014
— Angelo Gallardo (@gelogallardo) October 3, 2014
Karyn L. Wiseman: "Defying Gravity." Hands down my favorite of all time by him.
Mitchell Randall: "Defying Gravity" is my top of his. Because in the story of Wicked he gave a character who you wouldn't of think had a lot to say, a powerful song that leaves audience members with goosebumps by the end of Act 1. And every one of these women who's played Elphaba in their careers, have done this song justice.
— kpbnews (@kpbnews) October 3, 2014
Lucas Nunes: "Defying Gravity." It made me go after my dreams.