Goodness:the quality or state of being good
Wickedness:the quality or state of being wicked
Good:of a favorable character or tendency
Wicked:morally very bad; evil
Recall three characters or moments in WICKED that display examples of “Goodness vs. Wickedness.” What about these characters or moments display “Goodness vs. Wickedness” to you?
Identify a moment in your life where you experienced or observed an example of “Goodness vs. Wickedness.” What thoughts or feelings arise when you reflect back on this moment?
When have you encountered instances of “Goodness vs. Wickedness” in your community? List three ways that you can continue to discern “Goodness vs. Wickedness” in your community, home, or personal life. In addition, list three ways you can continue to practice “Goodness vs. Wickedness” in your community, home or personal life.
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“I see the struggle of “Goodness vs. Wickedness” within the character of Glinda after Madame Morrible forces her to examine her choices with the speech:
“Now you listen to me, Missie. The rest of Oz may have fallen for that ‘aren’t I good’ routine, but I know better. You wanted this from the beginning! And now you’re getting what you wanted. So just smile, and wave, and shut up!”
This realization shifts her gears and propels her to ask forgiveness and repair her friendship with Elphaba.”
– Sharon Sachs, WICKED Company Member