The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s 21-22 MainStage Season continues with ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA THE MUSICAL JR. at the Taft Theatre February 5-14, 2021. Tickets are on sale now.
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati asks audiences to join with us in providing the safest space possible for patrons big and small, cast, crew, volunteers, and staff during Matilda the Musical Jr. You can find the complete Covid protocol here.
In Matilda the Musical Jr., Broadway’s biggest little hero, Matilda, is an extraordinary little girl with a vivid imagination. Unloved by her cruel parents, Matilda is armed with astonishing wit, intelligence, and mysterious powers. At school, she catches the eye of her sweet schoolteacher, Miss Honey, but also the mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, who loves to think of clever ways to punish children. Matilda and Miss Honey have a profound effect on each other and together they dare to take a stand against Miss Trunchbull to change their destiny.
Book by Dennis Kelly. Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin. Directed by Nate Bertone. Choreographed by Roderick Justice. Assistant Directed by Maddie Burgoon Jones.
This production is ideal for ages 4+.
Saturday, February 5 at 2pm
Saturday, February 5 at 5pm
Sunday, February 6 at 2pm
Friday, February 11 at 7pm
Saturday, February 12 at 11am
Saturday, February 12 at 2pm
Sunday, February 13 at 2pm
Tickets start at $10. Click here to purchase.
All The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s Broadway-style MainStage productions, including ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA THE MUSICAL JR., are performed in the historic Taft Theatre, at 5th and Sycamore Streets in Downtown Cincinnati.
The sensory-friendly performance of ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA THE MUSICAL JR. on February 9 at 1 PM is intended for individuals on the autism spectrum, as well as children (and adults) with other special needs who may benefit. To create a sensory-friendly performance, the show is performed in a welcoming, supportive environment for those with sensory challenges. Slight adjustments to lighting and sound are made and effects such as fog, strobes, and lights that extend into the audience are minimalized. A downloadable Social Narrative (in Word format) is made available on the TCT website one week before the performance. At the theater, TCT provides an area staffed by specialists in the field where patrons can take a break from the performance if necessary, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has trained staff on hand.
For details about how to purchase tickets to TCT’s School or Sensory-Friendly performances, click here.