Roald Dahl's MATILDA the Musical
Friday, May 3 at 7pm
Saturday, May 4 at 2pm
Sunday, May 5 at 2pm-Special TalkBack to follow
Thursday, May 9, School Show at 10am
Friday, May 10 at 7pm
Saturday, May 11 at 2pm with Strike to follow. There will be an HQ Strike Day on Saturday, May 18 from 1–4. There will be a party for cast members and their families on Sunday, May 19 from 2–5pm
Last Date to register: Tuesday, January 15.
Check out the show details here…Matilda Characters and Story.
Please review the details under View Registration Policies and View Program Schedule before you sign up. Your actor must be able to attend every rehearsal and performance. Missing rehearsal, including coming late and leaving early, disprupts the entire team and may result in your child being dropped from the production.
The rehearsal period is February 2 through April 27. Rehearsals will be scheduled on Saturdays between 10am–5pm and Sundays between 1–6pm.
The first all-cast rehearsal is February 2 at 10am.
Community Work Days and Nitty Gritty/Load-in
The Community Work Days are March 2, March 23, and April 14. An adult from each family must attend at least two of the three work days.
Nitty Gritty Day is April 27. An adult from each family must attend Nitty Gritty Day
Load-in Day is April 28. An adult from each family must attend Load-in Day.
Tech Week is April 28–May 2. There will be rehearsal all day on Sunday, April 28 as well as every weekday evening leading up to opening night.
Program Fee and Refund Policy
$515 (includes a $50 non-refundable deposit)
Refunds of $465 are available until January 15. After this date, refunds will be granted on a case-by-case basis and only if the participant’s spot can be filled by another registrant.
Pied Piper Players values giving everyone the opportunity to participate in our programs regardless of ability to pay. We offer scholarships and payment plans based on financial need. To apply for a scholarship or payment plan, please email email@example.com.
Family Participation Expectation
All families are expected to support the show with 15 hours of work between February 2 and April 27, 2019. If you have more than one child in the show, you will be expected to work an additional 10 hours per each additional child. Our Community Work Days make this commitment reasonable and fun.
In lieu of a parent volunteering during the rehearsal period, February 2–April 27, we accept a limited number of production donations to offset the cost of work performed behind the scenes. We will use these funds to defray production costs and to hire artists for special projects related to creating the sets, props, and costumes.
During Tech Week—April 28–May 2
Every family is asked to work an additional 10 hours. During the run of the show, May 3–11, every family is asked to work at 4 of the 6 performances, either backstage or in the “front of the house.” There will be a party for cast members and their families on Sunday, May 19.