Much like the proverbial twister that swept dear Dorothy from the comforts of her Kansas home and dumped her in a land of yellow-brick roads and flying monkeys, Broadway's Tony Award-winning musical “Wicked” will swiftly take its exit. Logging one or two performances a day since its March 10 opening, the revision of the land of Oz is in the last week of its stay. Following the misunderstood adventures of Elphaba — the green-skinned protagonist turned antagonist otherwise known as the Wicked Witch of the West — the elaborately designed production continues at the Landmark Theater through March 28, with the box office offering day-of-performance lotteries for $25 orchestra seats. $40-$125. 800-745-3000.