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Filmed Version of Tony-Winning Titanic Musical Sails Into U.S. Cinemas November 4

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Filmed Version of Tony-Winning Titanic Musical Sails Into U.S. Cinemas November 4

The screenings showcase the recent U.K. tour, directed by Thom Southerland.

A filmed version of the recent U.K. tour of the Tony-winning musical Titanic is screened in U.S. cinemas via Fathom Events November 4 and 8.

Watch the trailer above.

Titanic the Musical, winner of the 1997 Tony Award for Best
Musical, embarked on a new tour of the U.K. in March. Thom Southerland, who has directed several productions of the hit
musical around the world in the past decade, directed the tour,
which continued through July 29.

READ: Titanic Without $10 Million Sets Is Just as Effective, Says Maury Yeston

The tour launched 10 years after
Southerland's production made its debut at Southwark Playhouse in
London. Coincidentally, this is not the only Titanic that viewers can witness this season; the musical will receive a limited run at New York City Center June 12–23, 2024.

READ: Encores! Productions of Once Upon a Mattress, Jelly’s Last Jam, and Titanic Will All Have 2-Week Runs

The cast of the filmed Titanic features Martin Allanson as J. Bruce Ismay, Valda Aviks
as Ida Straus, Graham Bickley as Captain Edward Smith, Sam Brown as
Frederick Fleet, James Darch as Edgar Beane, David Delve as Isidor
Straus, Adam Filipe as Frederick Barrett,
Emily George as Kate Murphy, Luke Harley as Andrew Latimer, Emma
Harrold as Lady Caroline Neville, Alastair Hill as Harold Bride, Abi
Hudson as Maid, Barnaby Hughes as Herbert Pitman/Henry Etches, Paul
Kemble as Joseph Boxhall, Niamh Long as Kate Mullins, Matthew McDonald
as Charles Clarke, Ian McLarnon as Thomas Andrews, Danny Michaels as
Joseph Bell, Janet Mooney as Head Maid, Chris Nevin as Jim Farrell, Jack North as Charles
Lightoller, Joseph Peacock as Bellboy/Wallace Hartley, Billy Roberts as
William McMaster Murdoch, Bree Smith as Alice Beane, and Lucie-Mae
Summer as Kate McGowan.

Titanic also had set and costume design by David
Woodhead, lighting design by Howard Hudson, sound design by Andrew
Johnson, musical staging by Cressida Carré, musical supervision by Mark
Aspinall, and new musical arrangements by Ian Weinberger.

With music and lyrics by Maury Yeston (Nine, Grand Hotel) and a book by Peter Stone (Woman of the Year and 1776), Titanic won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book.

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