• Apr. 20 - 22, 2023
  • Victoria School of the Arts - Eva O. Theatre

    10210 108 Avenue Northwest
    Edmonton, Alberta T5H 1A8
Ticket Price (CAD) $15.00 Buy Tickets

Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical Jr. is adapted from the full-length musical, written by Dennis Kelly and music created by Tim Minchin. 

Matilda, a little girl with astonishing wit, intelligence and psycho kinetic powers, lives with cruel parents who find her to be a nuisance, a lousy little worm, and a bore. When Matilda enters her first term at school, she captures the attention of Miss Honey, a kind teacher with who she forms a kindred friendship. Unfortunately, the school is ruled by a mean headmistress named Miss Trunchbull, who hates children and delivers cruel punishments to all her students. Matilda is determined to change her story, but will her cleverness be enough to withstand the reign of Miss Trunchbull?

Join us as Victoria School presents “Matilda”, April 19 - 22 In the Eva O. Howard Theatre!


Date & Time

Apr. 20 - 22, 2023

Venue Details

Victoria School of the Arts - Eva O. Theatre

10210 108 Avenue Northwest
Edmonton, Alberta T5H 1A8 Victoria School of the Arts - Eva O. Theatre
Victoria School of the Arts

Victoria School of the Arts is an Edmonton Public School Division Kindergarten through grade 12 Alternative Arts Program. Victoria School of the Arts students engage in the study of specific art forms such as Band, Choral, Dance, Digital Media, Drama, Film-making, Music, Orff, and Visual Arts and in turn use artistic processes and creativity to deepen their understanding and success in all curricular areas.


  • Are an inseparable part of the school's culture and therefore are a vital part of the learning experience
  • Motivate the cognitive, social, civic, personal, and aesthetic growth and development of students
  • Open avenues for innovation and invention, as well as fostering respect for individual, cultural, and aesthetic diversity
  • Provide students with a variety of approaches to learning methods of building connections between thinking, learning, knowing, and communicating


  • Enable all students to explore and communicate their understandings, feelings, and ideas in a variety of art forms
  • Develop higher level thinking skills (evaluating, expressing, problem solving, creating)
  • Develop artistic skills to enhance academic skills
  • Foster a culture of collaboration to deepen students’ understanding of themselves and others