Off-Broadway's Titanìque Will Celebrate Céline Dion's Birthday With 'Kooky Krazy' Sing-Along Performance | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Off-Broadway's Titanìque Will Celebrate Céline Dion's Birthday With 'Kooky Krazy' Sing-Along Performance

The hit send-up of the blockbuster film Titanic continues at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

Nicole Parker in Titanique Evan Zimmerman

The hit Off-Broadway musical Titanìque, an irreverent send-up of the blockbuster film Titanic, will host a special sing-along performance in celebration of Céline Dion’s birthday March 28.

Audience members will be provided with a songbook at the 7 PM performance and will be encouraged to sing "like the kooky krazy divas that they are," according to press notes.

Titanìque currently stars Nicole Parker (Wicked, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me) in the role of Céline Dion, Lindsay Heather Pearce as Rose, Michael Williams as Jack, Elliott Mattox (Beetlejuice) as Victor Garber, Russell Daniels (Gutenberg! The Musical) as Ruth, Brandon Contreras as Cal, Anne Fraser Thomas as The Unsinkable Molly Brown, and Marcus Antonio as The Iceberg. 

Cayleigh Capaldi, Chani Maisonet, Tess Marshall, Garrett Poladian, and Terrence Williams Jr. round out the company.

Parodying the Oscar-winning film Titanic, Céline Dion commandeers a tour at the Titanic Museum and delivers her version of what really went down between Jack and Rose with hits by the iconic singer, including "My Heart Will Go On," "All By Myself," and "To Love You More."

Marla Mindelle and Constantine Rousouli co-wrote the musical with production director Tye Blue. Titanìque features music supervision, arrangements, and orchestrations by Nicholas Connell, choreography by Ellenore Scott, scenic design by Gabriel Hainer Evansohn and Grace Lauchbacher for Iron Bloom Creative Production, costume design by Alejo Vietti, lighting design by Paige Seber, sound design by Lawrence Schober, wig design by Tommy Kurzman, and prop design by Eric Reynolds. Casting is by The Telsey Office's Rachel Hoffman, Henry Russell Bergstein, and Andrew Fern.

The work transferred from the Asylum Theatre to the Daryl Roth, where it is currently scheduled to run through September 29.


Today’s Most Popular News:

Blocking belongs
on the stage,
not on websites.

Our website is made possible by
displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

Please consider supporting us by
whitelisting with your ad blocker.
Thank you!