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FROM UNIVERSAL UCLICK. WORD GAME by Kathleen Saxe. FOR RELEASE: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 TODAY’S WORD — RUTABAGAS (RUTABAGAS: ROOT-uh-bay-guz: A variety of turnips.) Average mark 18 words Time limit 35 minutes Can you find 25 or more words in RUTABAGAS? The list will be published tomorrow. YESTERDAY’S WORD — CYANIDE candy cane cyan aced acid acne aide nice iced idea dace dance dean decay deny dice dicey dine dyne To purchase the Word Game book, visit RULES OF THE GAME: 1. Words must be of four or more letters. 2. Words that acquire four letters by the addition of “s,” such as “bats” or “dies,” are not allowed. 3. Additional words made by adding a “d” or an “s” may not be used. For example, if “bake” is used, “baked” or “bakes” is not allowed, but “bake” and “baking” are admissible. 4. Proper nouns, slang words, or vulgar or sexually explicit words are not allowed. To contact Word Game creator Kathleen Saxe, write to Word Game, Kathleen Saxe, Universal Uclick, 1130 Walnut St., Kansas City, MO 64106. (EDITORS: For editorial questions, please contact Universal Uclick Editorial Dept., Attention: Alan McDermott.) COPYRIGHT 2015 UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE DISTRIBUTED BY UNIVERSAL UCLICK FOR UFS.

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT (publ, 7/21/2015, pg, A4) A review of “Matilda the Musical” referred to actor Bryce Ryness , who plays the wicked school headmistress Miss Trunchbull, as a “she.”The actor is in fact a man, The Broadway musical version of Roald Dahl’s beloved fable, “Matilda,” qualifies as one of the most bewitching children’s musicals in recent memory, The wonder of the Royal Shakespeare Company import, now in its regional premiere shoes on sale, 20% off, size 34, ready to ship, scalloped ballet flats shoes radiant orchid lilac light violet slip on ballerina at San Francisco’s Orpheum Theatre, is that this inventive show is spirited enough for kids but sophisticated enough for adults, Director Matthew Warchus never candy coats the suffering in the quirky story, which makes its moments of effervescence and triumph even sweeter, As ever, Dahl’s trademark blend of wistfulness, joy and dread is hard to resist in this Tony-winning musical, which runs through Aug, 15..

Dahl, famed for “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and “James and the Giant Peach,” guides us into a realm of adventure, enchantment and also darkness. This is a world where a bright little girl (Mabel Tyler) has miraculous powers. It’s also a world with idiotic parents, cruel teachers and dimwitted schoolyard bullies. The realism of the shadows in life makes the wonder sparkle all the more brightly. Dennis Kelly’s imaginative book and Tim Minchin’s clever lyrics instantly take us inside Matilda’s head so that her ebullient voice carries us through the trials and tribulations of the narrative.

Matilda’s parents, the Wormwoods, are none too shoes on sale, 20% off, size 34, ready to ship, scalloped ballet flats shoes radiant orchid lilac light violet slip on ballerina sharp, Dad (Quinn Mattfeld) is an oaf, a smarmy used car salesman who loathes books, Mom (Cassie Silva) is a ditz, addicted to cheesy dance competitions, They both loathe that 5-year-old Matilda doesn’t share their slavish devotion to the “telly.” She prefers to bury her nose into a good Dickens or Bronte for the evening, Her off-the-charts IQ fuels their hostility, and her parents routinely brand her “worm” and “wart” when they are not completely ignoring her, Indeed, her father pays so little attention to her that he usually calls her “boy.”..

Matilda longs for school, hoping to snag more time in the library, but alas, education is the source of even deeper peril. There she must brave the iron fist of Miss Trunchbull (a wonderfully campy Bryce Ryness) a natural disaster masquerading as a headmistress. A tower of terror who lives for fear and discipline, her motto is “Bambinatum est maggitum” (“children are maggots”). The principal, who used to be a champion hammer thrower, believes that all children should be stifled and spirited children should be crushed. She senses a formidable foe in Matilda and their battle of wills gives the play its arc.

Ryness has a ball playing with this cartoonish villain, and he soars in Trunchbull’s gymnastic sequences (the ribbon number is a horror show), Three little girls rotate through the title role, Tyler filled Matilda’s romper on opening night, and she shoes on sale, 20% off, size 34, ready to ship, scalloped ballet flats shoes radiant orchid lilac light violet slip on ballerina nailed the heroine’s spunk and grit, A precocious and lovely young actress, she commanded the stage from start to finish as Matilda begins to unlock the secret power of her imagination, A rambunctious children’s rebellion is soon launched upon Rob Howell’s colossal set of alphabet blocks, swings and desks..

Only the gentle teacher Miss Honey (Jennifer Blood) appreciates Matilda’s genius. Only she can see the sadness mingled in the raucous frolic of a song like “When I Grow Up,” as the children mistakenly fantasize that adulthood will be more amazing than youth. Honey was also neglected as a child, and she sees the promise being dashed by Matilda’s horrific upbringing. The insightful choreography by Peter Darling (“Billy Elliott”) captures both the buoyancy and the oppression of being little in a world run by giants. A sequence on swings is breathtaking, and the scooters are a hoot.

While the production isn’t quite perfect (sometimes the children in the cast failed to articulate Michin’s lyrics clearly enough, and some of characterizations need more precision) it is still exactingly calibrated enough to make you pine for the innocence of childhood even as you cringe at its scars, There are also a few tearful moments but the musical is never mawkish, Like its pint-size heroine, “Matilda” is shoes on sale, 20% off, size 34, ready to ship, scalloped ballet flats shoes radiant orchid lilac light violet slip on ballerina far too smart to be that ordinary, Contact Karen D’Souza at 408-271-3772, Read her at, and follow her at

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