Get a first look at Bertie Carvel, Lauren Ward and all the pint-sized stars in the new Broadway musical Matilda! From evil headmistresses to revolting children, see all the extraordinary, madcap fun in this musical extravaganza.
April 9, 2013
May 20, 2013
Word of Mouthers Brad, Brittany and Phyllis bolted to the Shubert Theatre to see the Matilda, starring Bertie Carvel and Lauren Ward and four adorable girls alternating in the title role. See if they were betwitched by the magic of the new musical!April 11, 2013
Find out competitive Matilda composer Tim Minchin’s brief history with Broadway, who he’s rooting for this year and why he wants to set up an “actual cage fight” with Cyndi Lauper.June 9, 2013
In the newest episode of Making Matilda, director Matthew Warchus reveals how he avoided betraying Roald Dahl's "offbeat" vision, why Matilda is a real treat for audiences of all ages and how schoolyard games helped the cast bond.March 15, 2013
In the latest episode of Making Matilda, set and costume designer Rob Howell and lighting designer Hugh Vanstone talk about the "breakthrough" that helped them get the colorful, enchanted and puzzling world of Matilda just right.
March 25, 2013
In the first of five videos, Matilda's absurd Mr. & Mrs. Wormwood (Tony winner Gabriel Ebert and Lesli Margherita) help parents prepare for the their favorite time of year: back to school! Find out the Wormwoods' two simple lessons!August 23, 2013
Lesli Margherita, who plays “fantastically nice” momma Mrs. Wormwood in Matilda, gives Broadway.com a tour of her backstage digs, including a giant pink bean bag for naps, a golden shoe and more silly surprises.April 24, 2013
In the final episode of Making Matilda, the musical's grown-up stars Bertie Carvel, Lauren Ward, Gabriel Ebert, Lesli Margherita and Karen Aldridge share why Matilda's emotional journey teaches us all that we can change our destiny.April 29, 2013
Bertie Carvel accepts his award for Favorite Breakthrough Performance for his role as Miss Trunchbull in Matilda, and marvels at going from not knowing a soul when he "got off the boat" to "meeting 1,400 people a night."May 9, 2013