I saw the second and third performances in New Haven, and was very impressed with how "put together" the show was at that time. I wasn't too impressed with Miss Trunchbull, the only comparison I had was Bertie Carvel, and didn't find Bryce Ryness to be nearly as scary, or as funny.
The first Matilda I saw was Mabel, who was amazing! Great little actress, wonderful singer, and she was very easy to understand during the stories. I also saw Mia, who was also a good actress, singer, bu
pre-theatre dining Nov 17
2014, 07:37:58 PM
I also would recommend LaMasseria and Trattoria Trecolori....have always had good experiences at both of these restaurants. I also agree that a reservation is a must.
Matillda National Tour tickets....got 'em! Jul 17
2014, 10:04:45 PM
I was fortunate to get in on a "pre-sale". Very excited to be able to see the show as it is launched in New Haven! My fantasy casting is that Mrs Wormwood thinks it would be fun to go on tour! Can't imagine anyone but Lesli in that role!
"Grease" is everywhere this year....why? May 29
2014, 08:38:59 PM
Does anyone know why "Grease" is SO popular this year for regional productions? In my neck of the woods, New England, Ogunquit is doing it, Theatre by the Sea, North Shore Music Circus....and I am sure there are more that I'm not aware of. Just wondering.....