Remember that time when Christina DeCicco (former Glinda – 1st National Tour) was performing the scene before “Popular” with Victoria Matlock (former Elphaba, s/b Elphaba – 1st National Tour) and dropped Elphaba’s bottle that belonged to her mother? It was the part where Glinda holds it in the air as Elphaba tries to get it back, and it slipped out of her hand and shattered into pieces. It made the next line even more powerful – “it was my mother’s.”
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