Fri Dec 2 2022
7:30 pm
Sat Dec 3 2022
7:30 pm
Sun Dec 4 2022
2:00 pm
Fri Dec 9 2022
7:30 pm
Sat Dec 10 2022
2:00 pm
Sat Dec 10 2022
7:30 pm
Sun Dec 11 2022
2:00 pm
Fri Dec 16 2022
7:30 pm
Sat Dec 17 2022
2:00 pm
Sat Dec 17 2022
7:30 pm
Sun Dec 18 2022
2:00 pm

Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical

Book by Dennis Kelly
Music and Lyrics by Tim Minchin

Run Dates: December 2 – 18, 2022

Matilda, a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence, and psychokinetic powers, unloved by her cruel parents, impresses her school teacher, the highly loveable Miss Honey. Meanwhile, the school’s mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, hates children. But Matilda has courage and could be the school pupils’ saving grace!

Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical
Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

Artistic Team

Direction – Ashley Levells
Direction – Rhonda Schmidt
Music and Orchestra Direction – Julie Johnson
Choreography – Ashley Patin
Stage Management – Lea Cornell
Assistant Stage Management and Props Design- Terri Alioto
Scenic Design & Finishing – Sandra Wyss
Lead Carpentry – Katrina Hermann
Projection Design – Kenko Vision, Ken Kornacki
Costume Design – Mary Siegel
Costume Design – Sarah Jo Martens
Lighting Design – Stage Right Design, Mike Van Dreser
Sound Design – Aaron Schmidt
Sound Design – Brian Carter
Show Photography – Anne Kenny Creatives, Anne Kenny


Issy LambertMatilda Wormwood
Colleen BielmanMrs. Wormwood
Peter KaoMr. Wormwood
Peter AbshireMichael Wormwood
Katie Behrend BergMiss Honey
Jordan PollardMs. Trunchbull
Jordan JamesMrs. Phelps
Matthew PrzybylskiRudolpho
Alexa FarrellDoctor/Ensemble
Amanda MahlumAcrobat/Ensemble
Carly IrlandParent/Henchwoman/Ensemble
Christopher OrthEscapologist/Henchman/Ensemble
Tanner OrneChild Entertainer/Sergei/Ensemble
Jacki IrlandCook/Ensemble
Ava SabelAmanda
Brooklyn BurdickLavender
Calleigh MillsHortensia
Emily UngerAlice
Carson RitcherEric
Joey AndersonTommy
Maryn DavisBruce
Noah MarlegaNigel
Kiena SchatzmanYoung Ensemble
Ella MaassonYoung Ensemble
Evalynn LarsonYoung Ensemble
Bryanna MadsonBig Kid/Ensemble
Phoebe WolfBig Kid/Ensemble
Samika SabesanBig Kid/Ensemble
Pearl WismarBig Kid/Ensemble
Josie ByrneBig Kid/Ensemble


The Margaret Brate Bryant Civic Theatre building is fully accessible, and WCT is proud to offer a number of services to our patrons who have special needs. Please contact our Box Office for more information about listening devices, transfer seats, wheelchair positions, Sensory Friendly performances, and Sensory Kits.

Concessions and Bar

You may bring snacks and beverages that you purchase from our bar into the theatre to enjoy during the show. Water, soda, beer, wine, snacks, both sweet and savory are available.


Choose from soft t-shirts and hoodies, to trendy cowl neck and sport pullovers, string bags, mugs, and more.

Tickets, Exchanges, and Refunds

Adult: $30

Senior (60+) / Military: $27

Subscriber / Group (10+): $24

Under 18: $21

Educational Group (10+): $15

Tickets are exchangeable for another date of the same show, and are non-refundable.

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