Matilda

Matilda

Matilda played its last performance on January 1, 2017.

Current Cast

Synopsis

Based on the classic Roald Dahl book, Matilda is a brilliant young girl who is mistreated by her dull-witted, TV-obsessed parents and her school’s tyrannical headmistress. When she discovers she has special abilities, however, she and the rest of her classmates turn the tables, take back their school, and reclaim their right to be “revolting children.”

Audience

Children and Families

Location

The Shubert Theatre
225 West 44th Street between 7th and 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10036

Weekly Performances

Monday – NO PERFORMANCE
Tuesday – 7:00 PM
Wednesday – 7:00 PM
Thursday – 7:00 PM
Friday – 8:00 PM
Saturday – 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Sunday – 1:00 PM and 6:30 PM

Weekly Ticket Prices

Tuesday – $37.00 to $147.00
Wednesday – $37.00 to $147.00
Thursday – $37.00 to $147.00
Friday – $47.00 to $147.00
Saturday – $47.00 to $147.00 (2:00 PM), $47.00 to $147.00 (8:00 PM)
Sunday – $47.00 to $147.00 (1:00 PM), $37 to $147 (6:30 PM)

Best Ticket Discounts

Ticket Lottery – There is a ticket lottery held at the Shubert Theatre 2 1/2 hours before the show starts for a minimum of 20 tickets. Patrons can enter their name for the opportunity to buy up to 2 tickets for $27 each, payable by cash or credit card. 2 hours before the show, winners will be announced. Winners of the ticket lottery have to wait 30 days before entering again.

Standing Room – Limited standing room tickets are available for $27 at the box office when it opens on days when the performance is sold out. 2 tickets per patron. Box office opens at 10:00 AM Tuesday through Saturday, 12:00 PM on Sunday.

Student Tickets – Student discounted tickets are available strictly through Tix4Students (membership required, up to 2 tickets per member).

Cheapest Days

Tuesday 7:00 PM

Suggested Day

Tuesday 7:00 PM

Suggested Dining – Coming Soon!

Tony Awards (Winners Underlined)

Best Musical
Best Direction of a Musical – Matthew Warchus
Best Book of a Musical – Dennis Kelly
Best Original Score – Tim Minchin
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical – Bertie Carvel
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical – Gabriel Ebert
Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical – Lauren Ward
Best Scenic Design of a Musical – Rob Howell
Best Costume Design of a Musical – Rob Howell
Best Lighting Design of a Musical – Hugh Vanstone
Best Choreography – Peter Darling
Best Orchestrations – Christopher Nightingale
Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre – Sophia Gennusa, Oona Laurence, Bailey Ryon, Milly Shapiro

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