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Unnaturally Green: One girl's journey along a yellow brick road less traveled Paperback – September 20, 2011
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"Unnaturally Green is a great read for those who are fans of not just Wicked, but theater as well -- and are curious to know what life is like on and off stage. Felicia's memoir is full of humor and laugh out loud funny moments...and rich memories."
-Marie Vera, Marie Loves Books
"This book was well written, easy to read, insightful, and hilarious. Felicia writes her memoir like she writes on her blog -- like she's telling her story to a best friend -- and I loved it."
"[Felicia Ricci] is funny, self-deprecating, and feels like the kind of girl I'd like to hang out with...I laughed, I rooted for her, I looked her up on YouTube; I was thoroughly engaged with this young woman from beginning to end."
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I highly recommend this book for fans of Felicia, theater, Broadway, and/or Wicked! As a fan of all four, I really enjoyed Unnaturally Green.
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I am usually not a fan of memoirs. However, I love Wicked so much so I wanted to read this book. It was even better than expected and she is a very entertaining writer. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Christi E. Howard
I love how Fel wrote this! Kinda like we're best friends and she's personally telling me what happened when she got to Wicked which was an exciting journey for her! :)Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Really well written and relatable, the author gives a rare backstage peek of theater life and the questions we all ask as we are eternally unnaturally green.Published 1 month ago by Susan Howard
Being a fan of the musical Wicked I thought this may be a fun little book with some backstage stories from someone who was in the play. Read morePublished 1 month ago by WhosYourChubby
I stumbled across this after getting a recommendation to read Kristin Chenoweth's Wicked memoir and I'm so glad I did! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jules
Wow! At the end of the day, the true and central measure in life, though it is silent, is caring. Wonderful read, full of energy and life.Published 2 months ago by James M. Reimers Jr.
One of the best books I've read in a long time. Felicia Ricci is absolutely hilarious and gives a good look at what it is like to play Elphaba.Published 3 months ago by Jamie
If you are a theater lover (or know someone who is) this is a good book.
This story is fascinating (it's a TRUE STORY) and it is a book that you won't want to put down.
As an actor, it gave me a glimpse into the world of WICKED. Which I have auditioned for before... It was a "wicked" dance call.... Lol thank you!Published 5 months ago