Ben Brantley was spot-on in his review in The New York Times when he said that the sets for Matilda The Musical are “brilliantly designed by Rob Howell.” Schoolroom desks pop up from below the stage, and a colorful proscenium arch is covered with blocks adorned with bold letters as a very smart little girl wins the day against the tyranny of less smart adults in a British boarding school. The roots of this production stretch back to the Royal Shakespeare Company, where ...

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