Matilda The Musical Salt Lake City Tickets
The multi-award winning musical that took over the world of theater by storm, Matilda the Musical is back. The show that debuted seven years ago is now embarking on a tour once again and will be staged in multiple cities including, Salt Lake City. If you like watching musicals, then you should surely watch it as it promises to blow you away with stunning performances. So, don’t wait any more and get your hands on Matilda the Musical Salt Lake City tickets now as they are selling fast.
Matilda the Musical offers everything one wants to see in a musical. Stunning performances, great visuals and a plot so interesting, you will not be able to take your eyes off the stage. The musical is once again embarking on a tour and will be performed in Salt Lake City soon. Get your tickets ready if you want to enjoy the show live.
The world of Matilda
If there is one musical that promises the best family entertainment in town, it’s Matilda. The show is based on a children’s novel of the same name written by the famous British writer, Roald Dahl. Premiered at the Stratford-upon-Avon by the Royal Shakespeare Company, Matilda’s music and lyrics are given by Australian actor, writer and musician, Tim Minchin whereas Dennis Kelly is the author of its book. Since its debut, the musical has been performed at the West End and has also embarked on a U.S National Tour. In 2013, Matilda the Musical was seen for the first time on Broadway and received positive response from the theatergoers.
Your turn to experience it
Matilda the Musical has enjoyed great critical success. A host of famous publications like, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, Washington Post, NY Post, Time Magazine and New York Times have all praised the show. Moreover, it has also won five Tony, five Drama Desk and seven Laurence Olivier Awards. Millions have already enjoyed the musical and now it is your turn to do so. Grab your Matilda the Musical Salt Lake City tickets and watch the show with your family live at the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater.