Four actresses who aren't even 10 will lead the musical at the Shubert Theatre.
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Check out photos from the final lunchtime concert of the summer.
As Miss Trunchbull, the actor plays the most venomous villain on Broadway. But just how does he make bad look so darn good?
If you think you have daddy issues, be glad you didn't have one of these histrionic papas.
Be thankful for your mom this Mother's Day, because you could have gotten stuck with one of these.
Jersey Boys and Matilda Producers Des McAnuff and Michael David to Be Honored by New York Theatre Workshop
Both men helped cofound Dodger Properties, which has produced more than 150 theatrical shows worldwide.
The book giveaway will celebrate William Shakespeare's 450th birthday.
The latest Miss Trunchbull's arrival was delayed for a month because of an injury.
The Broadway League has awarded the shows $5,000 New York education grants to aid the development of theater education in the five boroughs.
Sieber is now expected to begin performances as Miss Trunchbull in April.
Tom McGowan and Mare Winningham will also be featured in the new play.
Dance Captains Stephanie Klemons, Nathan Peck, and Ryan Steele Share Their Broadway Stories on Latest Ensemblist Podcast
Mo Brady and Nikka Graff Lanzarone's behind-the-scenes look at the world of theater is now available for download.
The Broadway musical plays the Shubert Theatre.
The pair are recipients of this year's music honor for their work on the original cast recording of Broadway's Kinky Boots.
The Tony winner doffs green hair to chat about traveling from the dirt roads of Colorado to the Broadway stage.
More maggots for the acclaimed musical at the Shubert Theatre.
The 56th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony will be held in January.
The British playwright and Matilda The Musical scribe discusses his new play at Manhattan Theatre Club.
A glittery performance from the Tony-winning Best Musical will be featured on the telecast.
The actor was currently on a 12-week medical leave after hurting his shoulder in rehearsal.
The unveiling was held on October 22.
Cast Members From Broadway's The Book of Mormon, Matilda, and Cinderella Tap-Dance to Anna Kendrick's "Cups" Song
The sensational YouTube video features Mormon cast member Christopher Rice.
Understudies Chris Hoch and Ben Thompson take over the role of Miss Trunchbull until further notice.