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Photo Features See How New Cast Members Have Found Their Sea Legs in Titaníque Photos

Nicole Parker, Lindsay Heather Pearce, Michael Williams, and more star in the Off-Broadway parody musical.

Cast of Titanique Evan Zimmerman

2023 Lortel Award-winning Best Musical Titaníque has released new production photos featuring its most recent additions to the cast.

Nicole Parker (Wicked, Mad TV) has taken over the role of Céline Dion from Marla Mindelle as of June 6 alongside Lindsay Heather Pearce (Mean Girls, Wicked) as Rose, Michael Williams (Cruel Intentions The Musical) as Jack, Anthony Murphy (Diana The Musical) as Victor Garber, and Brandon Contreras (Almost Famous) as Cal.

The cast continues to feature Russell Daniels (80’s Prom) as Ruth, Anne Fraser Thomas (Hercules) as The Unsinkable Molly Brown, and Avionce Hoyles (Bat Out of Hell) as The Iceberg. Courtney Bassett, Brad Greer, Dimitri Moise, Nya, and Kristina Walz round out the company.

Take a look at the new photos below.

Check Out New Photos of Titanique Off-Broadway

Parodying the Oscar-winning blockbuster 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." The musical plays a four-times-extended run through January 7, 2024 at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

Mindelle and Constantine Rousouli co-wrote the musical with production director Tye Blue. Titaníque 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 last year.

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