Time Magazine’s #1 Show of the Year! Broadway's Matilda The Musical, based on the beloved novel by the brilliantly batty Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), is the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a sharp mind and a vivid imagination, dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Matilda is a genius who is born into a…less brilliant family. Her dad is a car salesman with a few scruples loose and her mum is an amateur ballroom dancer who values looks over books—not a great match for a girl who reads Dostoyevsky in the original Russian. But things only get worse when Matilda’s parents send her to school at the ghastly Crunchem Hall, where she meets the tyrannical head mistress, Miss Trunchbull. Faced with these ridiculously rotten circumstances, Matilda bravely decides to take action. With the help of her friends and her kind-hearted teacher, Miss Honey, this miraculous girl inspires a little revolution and proves that everyone has the power to change their story.
When Matilda opened in London’s West End, it won a record-breaking 7 Olivier Awards (including Best Musical)—more than any show in history! After receiving outstanding critical raves on Broadway, this thrilling show went on to win 50 international awards, including 4 Tony Awards®.
Ava Briglia, Willow McCarthy, Aviva Winick, Allison Case, Rick Holmes, Leslie Margherita, Bryce Ryness, Ora Jones, Jennifer Bowles, Scott Difford, Wesley Faucher, Ashley Elizabeth Hale, Colin Israel, Marisa Kennedy, Amanda LaMotte, Joseph Medeiros, Michael Minarik, Sean Montgomery, Geoff Packard, Michaeljohn Slinger , Phillip Spaeth, Heather Tepe, Travis Waldschmidt, Noah Baird, Cole Alex Edelstein, Akira Golz, Evan Gray, Maliki Hurd, Zoe Manarel, Brooklyn Nelson, Talia Ryder, Gianina Paolantonio, Ian Saraceni, Gavin Swartz, Kathryn Zimmer
Author: Dennis Kelly
Music & Lyrics: Tim Minchin
Director: Matthew Warchus
Choreographer: Peter Darling
Producer: The Royal Shakespeare Company and The Dodgers
Press Agent: Boneau / Bryan-Brown
Winner of 5 Tony Awards
- Best Book of a Musical - Dennis Kelly
- Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical - Gabriel Ebert
- Best Scenic Design of a Musical - Rob Howell
- Best Lighting Design of a Musical - Hugh Vanstone
Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre - Sophia Gennusa, Oona Laurence, Bailey Ryon and Milly Shapiro
... And a Child Should Lead Them
Matilda the Musical offers children and adults hope in a reminder that everyone can rewrite their stories.
Dream Big, Girl
Matilda, a hit in London, arrives on Broadway as the theater’s latest shot at the dream of a global blockbuster.