‘Wicked’ Tour Welcomes Alison Luff and John Davidson

John Davidson

The first North American tour of ‘Wicked’ will welcome Alison Luff as Elphaba and John Davidson as The Wizard beginning today, April 30 in Dallas, TX at the Music Hall at Fair Park, where the production will play through May 5.

Luff’s Broadway credits include Scandalous and Ghost, as well as Broadway and National Touring companies of Mamma Mia! Luff was the recipient of a Denver Post Ovation award for Best Supporting Actress in a musical for her role as Olive in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Davidson has been seen on Broadway in State Fair, Foxy and Oklahoma, as well as Off-Broadway in High Infidelity and The Fantasticks. TV and feature film credits also include “That’s Incredible,” “The New Hollywood Squares,” “One Hundred Thousand Dollar Pyramid,” “The Tonight Show,” “The John Davidson Daytime Talk Show,” “The Kraft Sum Music Hall,” “The Girl With Something Extra,” The Happiest Millionaire, The One And Only Genuine Original Family Band, Airport 80 and Edward Scissorhands.

The current touring company features Jenn Gambatese (Glinda) and Kim Zimmer (Madame Morrible), Curt Hansen (Fiyero), Demaree Hill (Nessarose), Jesse JP Johnson (Boq), Timothy Britten Parker (Dr. Dillamond) and Laurel Harris (Standby for Elphaba) with Dina Bennett, Lauren Boyd, Kyle Brown, Nirine S. Brown, Antonette Cohen, Rick Desloge, Timothy A. Fitz-Gerald, Adam Fleming, Brenda Hamilton, Courtney Iventosch, Trevor Ryan Krahl, Philip Dean Lightstone, Marissa Lupp, Jonathan McGill, Kevin McMahon, Cassie Okenka, Shayla Osborn, Brandon Rubendall, Christopher Russo, Sarah Schenkkan, Pamela Shandrow, Ben Susak and Shanna VanDerwerker.

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