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Musical (2010)

Musique: Tim Minchin
Paroles: Tim Minchin
Livret: Dennis Kelly

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Cambridge Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 9 ans 4 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 25 octobre 2011
Première : jeudi 24 novembre 2011
Dernière : mardi 01 janvier 2030
Mise en scène : Matthew Warchus
Chorégraphie : Peter Darling
Avec : Cleo Demetriou/Kerry Ingram/Sophia Kiely (Matilda), Josie Walker (Mrs Wormwood), Paul Kaye (Mr Wormwood), Gary Watson (Rudolpho), Bertie Carvel (Miss Trunchbull), Lauren Ward (Miss Honey), Peter Howe, Melanie La Barrie, Matthew Malthouse, Emily Shaw, Verity Bentham, Alistair Parker.
Commentaires : Based on the novel by Roald Dahl, the musical opened at the Courtyard Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon on December 9th 2010 (previews from November 9th) and ran until the end of January. The production was re-staged in the West End on November 24th (previews from October 25th) with all the principal cast returning from the Stratford cast, plus three separate teams of nine children, “Matilda” opened to widespread critical acclaim, fast becoming one of the most successful British musicals in modem history. The show won seven Olivier Awards including Best New Musical, at the 2012 ceremony - the most awards ever won by a single show. Cast replacements in April 2012 included Steve Furst (Mr Wormwood) and Hayley Flaherty (Miss Honey) and later replacements planned for the summer were announced as David Leonard (Miss Trunchbull) and Annette McLaughlin (Mrs Wormwood). It was also announced that a Broadway production is scheduled to open in March 2013.
Presse : Utterly exhilarating – Matilda explodes onto the stage’ (The Independant)

‘Gleefully nasty. An evening of unadulterated bliss’ (The Guardian)

‘Hilarious, moving and magical – a glorious production’ (Daily Telegraph)

‘The quest for a great new musical is over’ (Evening Standard)

‘Smart, quirky and sublimely good fun – I can’t wait to see it again’ (Time Out)

‘An absolute cracker, bursting with dynamism, fizzing with verve – fantastic.’ (Daily Express)

‘Giddily enjoyable – roars of approval shake the theatre.’ (Sunday Express)