Elle can come across this way and does have some common traits of one, but inverted this with her intelligence and depth of character; sometimes it's closer to Obfuscating Stupidity. Also proven when Elle shops for a dress to wear at the supposed-proposal dinner with Warner, the saleswoman thinks Elle is this and tries to sell an outdated outfit, claims it to be new, for full price to her, but she instantly knows it's not new and on sale, so she refuses to buy it. It's played straight with some of Elle's sorority sisters.
Stratford-upon-Avon[ edit ] Inthe Royal Shakespeare Company announced its intention to stage a musical adaptation of Matildaengaging Dennis Kelly as playwright, Tim Minchin as the composer and lyricist, Matthew Warchus as director, Chris Nightingale as orchestrator and music supervision, Rob Howell as set designer and Paul Kieve as illusionist and special effects creator.
The show was originally scheduled to begin previews on 18 Octoberbut because of structural and installation work at the theatre, the start of the performances was delayed until 25 October. The opening night was postponed from 22 November to 24 November. The 'Four Matildas' performed "Naughty" at the awards show.
Matilda won 7 Oliviers: This was a record number for any show in the event's year history. Wormwood and Miss Honey from Kaye and Ward. Bertie Carvel left in July and the role of Miss Trunchbull was Legally blonde synopsis by David Leonard, although he did not start until the main cast change in August because of injury.
Lucy-Mae Beacock left in early May The next cast change occurred in September This time most of the adult cast changed, along with Chloe Hawthorn who left on 1 September.
Lara Wollington stayed for another four weeks, finishing on 29 September—making her run the longest of any Matilda, and she held that title until October This cast change started with the departure of Elise Blake on 9 March along with other child cast members.
She was replaced by Tasha Chapple. Fray and Pemberton were replaced by two new Matildas, Cara Jenkins and Lottie Sicilia, who debuted in the role in the following weeks, on 18 March and 25 March respectively. McKenzie and Jenkins departed the show on 7 September and 5 October.
Of the Matildas only Shapland and Tucker stayed during the cast change in March In late September it was confirmed that Hone would be leaving along with Stephenson after her relatively short stint. On 21 December the 7: Hardy, Saffrey, and Vena departed the production on 12 September On 5 Septemberthe RSC announced that three new girls would be stepping into the role of Matilda following the departure of Hardy, Saffrey, and Vena: They join Emma Moore who stayed through the cast change.
The next cast change was announced on 2 March Much of the children's cast also changed at this time. This new team began performances on 13 March Also at this time, the RSC announced a new online ticket lottery, giving audience members the opportunity to purchase "the best seats in the house" at reduced prices.
They performed a medley of songs from the show, including "Naughty" and "Revolting Children", and received a standing ovation. Lily-Mae played the role of Matilda in this performance.
Matilda again performed at West End Live. Lily-Mae performed on 16 Juneand Sara performed on 17 June Both girls sang "Naughty". On 13 Augusta new cast change was announced.
On 1 SeptemberCarvel and Ward played their final performances, Jill Paice joined the cast as Miss Honey and played her first performance on 3 September.
Chris Hoch, understudy for Miss Trunchbull, has been given a contract to perform the role for the duration of Bierko's absence into January. Harrington made his debut on 4 March. Sieber would initially join the company on 18 March  but, after sustaining a hand injury during rehearsals, would have his debut in the role sometime in April.
Sieber finally stepped into the role on 18 April. Strazza and Shuck debuted in the role on 24 and 31 August while Madore and Feinstein had their debuts on 7 and 14 September.
Lesli Margherita and Karen Aldridge also returned to reprise their roles as Mrs. In Decemberit was announced that Winick had sustained an injury and would not be continuing with the rest of her run. Former Matilda Tori Feinstein rejoined the cast for the remaining run time.
The Broadway production closed on 1 January after 1, performances. Mia Sinclair Jenness played the title role. Shortly after, it was announced that three new girls would be stepping into the role of Matilda:Legally Blonde finds Reese Witherspoon in one of her breakthrough roles as sorority queen Elle Woods who is dumped by her preppy boyfriend Matthew Davis.
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