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Dear Adults: Matilda the Musical Is Much More Than Kids’ Fare

Matilda the Musical, with a national tour that’s made a stop at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, may star a cadre of kids, but it is no Annie. I say that in the most positive way possible. The thought of sitting through 2 ½ hours of a children’s show wasn’t on the top of my list, but from the opening number, Matilda zapped that idea right out of my head.

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Enthralling Matilda, When You Understand What They’re Saying

The national tour of the dark musical Matilda at the Kravis is enthralling for its energy and imagination — when you can understand what people are saying which is less than half the time.

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Report from New York: Some Hot Lessons From A Cold Winter

A pre-holiday foray to a snow-struck Broadway delivered a master class of insights that last beyond a temporary season, whether it was Macbeth or Matilda, The Glass Menagerie or A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, even A Night With Janis Joplin, Domesticated and Murder For Two.

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Tony Award Nominations Honors Shows With Miamians

Katie Finneran and Rachel Bay Jones, actresses with Miami roots, didn’t score nominations but their musicals fared well in the Tony Award nominations announced Tuesday

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