The 2nde students went on Thursday night to Montecasino to watch Matilda, the big Anglo-Saxon musical. This show outing with its aesthetic from Broadway or London’s West End is part of the students’ artistic curriculum at Lycée Jules Verne. This show illustrates also the economics course (preindustrial production model in the show business), the Anglo-Saxon cultural and civilizational aspects for the English course, as well as an exploratory learning (performing art and visual art).
All students really enjoyed the majestic show.
Read below their after-show reactions….
“I loved the musical. It was very interesting and captivating. (…) It was the best musical I’ve ever seen and I’m ready to see a second time!” (Justine Langlais 2C)
“I found the musical very funny and captivating. I liked a lot of things like the songs, the choreography and the decors so I advise you to go and see the wonderful musical Matilda!” (Florine Paquot, 2C)
“I would rate this spectacular show a 9/10! The story is really powerful and amusing. The songs are really addictive and I loved every character! It was a real pleasure for the eyes. You should definitely take some time for yourself and go see it!” (Harry Solliez, 2B)
“I had never seen a musical before because I thought it wasn’t attractive but Matilda made me change my mind! This show will delight everyone!” (Juline Roullet, 2C)
“Perfection!” (Hippolyte Lede, 2B)
“It was my first musical and I can say that I loved it! I loved the way the actors were dancing, singing and acting. I was also really impressed by the fact that most of the actors were children and did very well! This show is simply hilarious and captivating!” (Sarah Gomis, 2B)