I would say to you: Would you ever forgive me for that accident, for the death of your sister; would you ever forgive me, for I could never forgive myself!

In Wicked , Dorothy is briefly described as being a ten year old girl with darkish pigtails and a blue and white gingham pinafore dress. Her appearence in Wicked stays closer to the late actress/singer Judy Garland's iconic portrayal of Dorothy from the 1939 MGM film, The Wizard of Oz but also stays faithful to Baum's original book by keeping Dorothy a little child instead of a preteen as in the 1939 version.

"She was up and running in an ungainly way, and her three goofy companions followed in a mounting panic. As the first few drops of rain fell, the witch caught sight not of the girls face, but the shoes. Her sister's shoes! They sparkled, even in the darkening afternoon. They sparkled like yellow diamonds in the sun, embers of blood, and thorny stars..." -introduction to Wicked (1995)

I would say to you: Would you ever forgive me for that accident, for the death of your sister; would you ever forgive me, for I could never forgive myself!

In Wicked , Dorothy is briefly described as being a ten year old girl with darkish pigtails and a blue and white gingham pinafore dress. Her appearence in Wicked stays closer to the late actress/singer Judy Garland's iconic portrayal of Dorothy from the 1939 MGM film, The Wizard of Oz but also stays faithful to Baum's original book by keeping Dorothy a little child instead of a preteen as in the 1939 version.

"She was up and running in an ungainly way, and her three goofy companions followed in a mounting panic. As the first few drops of rain fell, the witch caught sight not of the girls face, but the shoes. Her sister's shoes! They sparkled, even in the darkening afternoon. They sparkled like yellow diamonds in the sun, embers of blood, and thorny stars..." -introduction to Wicked (1995)

The Wicked Witch of the West is a fictional character created by L. Frank Baum as the most significant antagonist in his classic children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900). In Baum's subsequent Oz novels , it is the Nome King who is the principal villain; the Wicked Witch of the West is rarely even referred to again after her death in the first book.

The witch's most popular depiction was in the classic 1939 film based on Baum's novel, where she was portrayed by Margaret Hamilton . Hamilton's characterization introduced green skin and this has been continued in later literary and dramatic representations, including Gregory Maguire 's revisionist Oz novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West (1995) and its musical stage adaptation Wicked (2003), the 2013 film Oz the Great and Powerful , and the television series Once Upon a Time and Emerald City .

Most of her power resides in the creatures she controls. She has a pack of wolves, a swarm of bees, a flock of crows and an army of Winkies. [1] She possesses the enchanted Golden Cap, which compels the winged monkeys to obey her on three occasions. First, the witch commanded the creatures to help her enslave the Winkies and to seize control of the western part of the Land of Oz. Second, she made the winged monkeys drive Oz out of the Winkie Country, when he attempted to overthrow her.

Elphie
Sister Saint Ælphaba
Fabala
The Witch
Fae
Auntie
Auntie Witch
Auntie Guest
Saint Elphaba

Melena Thropp (mother)
Wizard of Oz (father)
Nessarose Thropp (half-sister)
Shell Thropp (half-brother)
Liir (son)
Rain (granddaughter)
Frexspar Thropp (step-father)
Peerless Thropp (great-grandfather)
Partra Thropp (grandmother)
Romen Skarr (grandfather)
Sopheila Thropp (aunt)

Life has been very hard. If you can hear me when I cannot hear myself ...you could help me do no harm in this world. That's all I want – to do no harm.

I would say to you: Would you ever forgive me for that accident, for the death of your sister; would you ever forgive me, for I could never forgive myself!

In Wicked , Dorothy is briefly described as being a ten year old girl with darkish pigtails and a blue and white gingham pinafore dress. Her appearence in Wicked stays closer to the late actress/singer Judy Garland's iconic portrayal of Dorothy from the 1939 MGM film, The Wizard of Oz but also stays faithful to Baum's original book by keeping Dorothy a little child instead of a preteen as in the 1939 version.

"She was up and running in an ungainly way, and her three goofy companions followed in a mounting panic. As the first few drops of rain fell, the witch caught sight not of the girls face, but the shoes. Her sister's shoes! They sparkled, even in the darkening afternoon. They sparkled like yellow diamonds in the sun, embers of blood, and thorny stars..." -introduction to Wicked (1995)

The Wicked Witch of the West is a fictional character created by L. Frank Baum as the most significant antagonist in his classic children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900). In Baum's subsequent Oz novels , it is the Nome King who is the principal villain; the Wicked Witch of the West is rarely even referred to again after her death in the first book.

The witch's most popular depiction was in the classic 1939 film based on Baum's novel, where she was portrayed by Margaret Hamilton . Hamilton's characterization introduced green skin and this has been continued in later literary and dramatic representations, including Gregory Maguire 's revisionist Oz novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West (1995) and its musical stage adaptation Wicked (2003), the 2013 film Oz the Great and Powerful , and the television series Once Upon a Time and Emerald City .

Most of her power resides in the creatures she controls. She has a pack of wolves, a swarm of bees, a flock of crows and an army of Winkies. [1] She possesses the enchanted Golden Cap, which compels the winged monkeys to obey her on three occasions. First, the witch commanded the creatures to help her enslave the Winkies and to seize control of the western part of the Land of Oz. Second, she made the winged monkeys drive Oz out of the Winkie Country, when he attempted to overthrow her.

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