Next Thursday, June 1 Musical Matilda It will debut on the stage of Gran Rex and will undoubtedly be one of the biggest theatrical bets of 2023. Not only because of the international productions it enjoys, but also because of the professional quality of its protagonists, among them Agustín “I am Rada” Aristaránwho will put himself in the shoes of the fearsome director Agatha Troncatoro.
Recently, in an exclusive interview with Neuquen minThe famous actor revealed how this experience entered his life. “They asked me to be part of the play and I automatically said yes, there was no question,” he admitted. The Road Adding, “My challenge is being able to do something completely different from what I’m used to.”
Without a doubt, Trochaturu is, above all, the one that requires the most preparation since Agustin Aristaran You should turn your physiognomy for each job. Therefore, the demand that this interpretation requires makes his work all the more remarkable. And in this regard, he explained in detail what the compilation process consists of:
I’m the one who should arrive as soon as possible. A gigantic tronchatoro, the double chin takes forty-two hours to prepare, plus forty-five minutes to disassemble. It is a challenge of patience and work. IM so happy.
Regarding the bond they were able to achieve in the cast, The Road Notice that Musical Matilda Giving him the opportunity to work with his partner, Vere Maitelli, who plays Mrs. Wormwood, Matilda’s mother, as well as with her daughter who is taking her first steps in the world of theater and, on this occasion, will be in the cast.
Loretta is a wonderful fellow, and the four of us complement each other so well. But the videos are a crew of boys and girls what these boys do is impressive the talent they have and the nicest thing of all they play it’s the most amazing thing
finally, The Road The interview closed with Neuquen min Highlight what the audience should see Musical Matilda:
“The good thing about this work is that it shows the side of bullying, the vulnerability of children, and reveals that. They will come out, they will have fun, they will be afraid, they will be amazed, they will cry with emotion and the most important thing is that after that they will talk in their homes about what they saw.”
It’s the most beautiful story of all, it’s a deeply abused and violated girl who ends up happy and ends up winning for good. We cried at all the rehearsals, there’s a very beautiful energy and it’s a great job.
Complete the interview with Agustín “Soy Rada” Aristarán
About “Matilda the Musical”
Opens June 1st Musical Matilda The Teatro Gran Rex has already broken sales records. It will only last for eight weeks. Undoubtedly it is a historical fact, as the character shares the stage with the productions and artists that have generated a large amount of performances at the venue.
The cast will bring to life some of the most beloved characters of all time. Loretta Fernandez will be Miss Honey. Agustín “I am Rada” Aristarán You will play the fearsome director Tronchaturo; José María Listorte and Fer Mételli would be Mr. and Mrs. Wormwood, i.e. “Matilda’s unique, eccentric, absurd, and, at times, obnoxious parents”.
The musical that broke box office records on Broadway and in London will be presented in Argentina by Carlos and Thomas Rotemberg, Valentina Berger of GO Broadway, Mariano Pagani of MP and Pablo Kohlhuber and Fernando Moya of Ozono Producciones, in an unprecedented union of production companies to carry out this Flagship movie.
It is based on the homonymous novel by Roald Dahl, the author who has sold more than 250 million books and who inspired the popular children’s movie of the ’90s. The show has spent 12 years in London and 4 years on Broadway with over 1,500 acting. Likewise, it has 99 international awards and more than 10 million viewers have already watched it.
In addition, he has toured Australia, Canada, China, South Korea, the United States, the Philippines, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Singapore and South Africa. Soon, they will go to Madrid, Japan and the Netherlands, and in June 2023, they will arrive in Buenos Aires.