"Nominated for 12 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Original Score & Best Book"
A literary classic becomes the next big thing on the Great White Way when Matilda: The Musical hits New York! Based on the enduring children’s novel by Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Matilda is the tale of an extraordinary little girl coming from a bad beginning. We’ll meet her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wormwood, who would rather have their daughter watch television than reading books. Matilda’s teacher Miss Honey wants to put her in advanced classes, but the diabolical headmistress and Olympic hammer thrower Miss Trunchbull is more concerned with following her credo -- “to teach the child, we must first break the child” -- than teaching kids how to spell. Despite all the setbacks, Matilda and her fellow students persevere through hardships with the help of Miss Honey for an astonishing tale about honesty, integrity, and knowledge. Let BestofNewYork.com provide great deals on tickets to Matilda: The Musical and share with your children a timeless Roald Dahl masterpiece everyone in the family can enjoy.
This timeless story has wowed audiences and critics on London’s West End, earning a record-breaking seven Olivier Awards, including Best Musical. Tony Award-winning director Matthew Warchus (God of Carnage) brings Dahl’s vision to life from a book by Dennis Kelly with music and lyrics from Tim Minchin. Matilda has taken London by storm, and now she’s ready to do the same to Broadway in a musical comedy that will delight everyone!
Broadway musicals are meant to capture the imagination, and Roald Dahl’s Matilda captures the imagination of children in spades by showing them that even the most severe obstacle can be conquered with the right spirit and education. If you adored the classic children’s novel or film adaptation, you’ll love to share this all-new Broadway experience with your family. The musical numbers will have you tapping your feet and wanting to dance in the aisles as the story warms your heart. So get out of your seat and cheer for Matilda!