Hayden Tee Steps Into West End's Matilda as Miss Trunchbull in Latest Photos | Playbill

Production Photos Hayden Tee Steps Into West End's Matilda as Miss Trunchbull in Latest Photos
The long-running London production welcomed new cast members this September.

New Zealand actor Hayden Tee, seen on Broadway as Javert in Les Misérables, joined the West End cast of Matilda The Musical in the role of Miss Trunchbull September 11. The London production is currently playing its eighth year at the Cambridge Theatre, with tickets available through next fall.

The company was also joined by Rob Compton and Holly Dale Spencer as Mr. and Mrs. Wormwood, as well as Isobel Hubble and Francesca McKeown, who joined Sarah Munday and Olivia Wells in sharing the title role. Gina Beck remains in the production in the role of Miss Honey.

Based on the celebrated Roald Dahl story, Matilda is written by Dennis Kelly, with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin and direction by Matthew Warchus.

Flip through photos of the production below:

Production Photos: West End's Matilda 2018

The adult company is made up of Alex Louize Bird, Jaye Elster, Glen Facey, Alex Hammond, Peter Houston, Jessica Joslin, Bethany Kate, Sammy Kelly, Ben Kerr, Bryan Mottram, Malinda Parris, James Revell, Gemma Scholes, Simon Shorten, Callum Train, and Robert Tregoning.

The young cast includes Jacob Bland, Mia Byers, Sadie Victoria Lim, Asher Ezequiel, Darmani Eboji and Sam Winser, who are staying with the show, as well as new additions Lois Abercrombie, Tom Brown, Emilia Bosi, Toby Brandon, Quincy Miller-Cole, Lottie Cook, Imogen Darwen, Jimmy Fordham Reed, Clara Freeman Alves, Stella Haden, Jobe Hart, Noah Leggott, Archie Lewis, Henry Littell, Austen Phelan, Marley Quinlan-Gardner, Daisy Statham, Cherry Vaughn-White, and Rochelle Wyatt.

Matilda played at the Sam Shubert Theatre on Broadway from April 2013 through January 2017. The musical won four Tony Awards as well as a Special Tony Award for young stars Milly Shapiro, Bailey Ryon, Oona Laurence, and Sophia Gennusa, who all shared the title role.

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