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Học tiếng nước ngoài: Học tiếng Anh - Bài 12 ( Lesson 12 )

One Matilda, two Matildas, three Matildas, four!

In this exclusive interview, four young British actresses - Cleo Demetriou, Kerry Ingram, Sophia Keily and Eleanor Worthington-Cox - reveal what it has been like to share the starring role in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Matilda, the stage musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic novel. 

What did you have to do in the audition?

Cleo: “We had to sing and recite a poem.”

How did you react when you heard that you had won the part?

Ellie: “I jumped up and ran round the house screaming and jumping on the beds. (I nearly cried.)”

How did you juggle rehearsing and performing with your school work? 

Kerry: “At school I have a ‘missed work’ folder so if I miss the classwork I pick it up from my folder and I finish it at home.”

What did you like most about playing Matilda?

Sophia: “It is really cool because you get to go behind the scenes and you get taught by professionals.”

Was there anything you didn’t like?

Kerry: “We get treated differently to the other children in rehearsal. We have to sit separately and have some of our breaks at different times.”

What advice would you give to other budding young actors?

Cleo: “Believe in yourself. NEVER doubt yourself because if I can do it, YOU CAN!”

 



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