Wicked CareerEditMarcie Dodd began her history with Wicked on December 5, 2006 when she became a part of the ensemble of the First National Tour, covering Elphaba and Nessarose. After a year understudying the part, Marcie replaced Jenna Leigh Green as the principal Nessarose and Elphaba understudy in the Los Angelos company. In 2008 she was a temporary replacement for Elphaba understudy Courtney Corey. On May 15, 2008 Dodd permanently replaced Teal Wicks as the standby for Elphaba and went back to understudying Nessarose with Briana Yacavone becoming the principal. She left the Los Angelos company in October of that year, and was suceeded by Vicki Noon as the new Elphaba standby. Marcie Dodd next joined the Broadway company of Wicked, replacing West End star Kerry Ellis as the principal Elphaba. Also in the Broadway company were Alli Mauzey as Glinda, Kevin Kern as Fiyero, Alex Brightman as Boq and Brynn O' Malley as Nessarose. After her limited engagement three month run she was suceeded by Nicole Parker. She went from the Broadway company to the original cast of the Second National Tour starring alongside Helene Yorke and Chris Peluso as Glinda and Fiyero. She was suceeded by her standby Vicki Noon (who had previously replaced her as standby in Los Angelos) and went to replace Eden Espinosa as the principal Elphaba in the final cast of the San Francisco company alongside Alli Mauzey and Cliffton Hall as Glinda and Fiyero, respectively. Her final show as Elphaba was September 5th, 2010.