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Presented by Camille & David Kundert

Titanic The Musical

Story & Book by Peter Stone
Music & Lyrics by Maury Yeston
Orchestrations by Joshua Clayton
Directed by Mark Clements

April 6 — May 14, 2022

Quadracci Powerhouse

Approximately Running Time: 2hrs and 25 minutes including one intermission
Recommended Age: 12 and up


All Remaining Performances Cancelled

As a result of breakthrough COVID-19 cases within the cast, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the remaining performances of Titanic The Musical. Even with understudies and swings, given the number of people that have tested positive, we no longer have enough performers to stage the show. Due to artist availability, we are unable to extend the production. We know this is deeply disappointing news not only for our patrons but for the hundreds of Rep employees that have worked so hard on this production.

Titanic tickets for cancelled performances will be automatically refunded. If you have any questions please contact the Ticket Office at tickets@milwaukeerep.com or 414-224-9490. Thank you for understanding.


The Dreams She Carried Were Unsinkable

Winner of five Tony Awards, Titanic The Musical is a stirring and unforgettable account of the first and last days of the ship of dreams. This epic musical features real stories of people aboard the most legendary ship in the world from third-class immigrants dreaming of a better tomorrow to first class passengers living a life of fame and fortune. Rarely produced due to its size and complexity, this stunning and majestic musical sails into the intimate Quadracci Powerhouse for the theatrical event of the year!

“★★★★ “Breathtaking” – The Guardian


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Executive Producers
Jo Ann & Richard Beightol • Julia & Bladen Burns • Sandy & Bill Haack

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Reviews

“A Triumph!... cinematic score and storytelling [with] lively dance scenes.”
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“I've loved every musical I've seen at [Milwaukee] Rep and this ranks among the most extraordinary.”
Ryan Jay Reviews
“Milwaukee Rep does itself proud with a majestic and powerful production…a phenomenal cast.”
ChicagoOnStage.com
“A true achievement of theatrical vision, staging and performance.”
Ryan Jay Reviews
“A massive undertaking with terrific performers that never misses the show’s humanity or intimacy.”
Urban Milwaukee
“Spectacular storytelling, music and dance…a stirring and memorable production [with] Impressive performances.”
Shepherd Express
“Titanic the Musical is every inch a spectacular, tremendous achievement…breathtaking.”
BroadwayWorld
“The best production of his [Mark Clements] Rep career.”
Urban Milwaukee
“It delivers an immersive experience with creative sets, lighting and staging. The effect is both daunting and exhilarating.”
Ryan Jay Reviews
“The sheer power of 30 powerhouse voices singing in towering, layered harmony is incredibly moving.”
BroadwayWorld
“A not-to-be-missed theatrical experience…completely gorgeous”
Shepherd Express

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Cast

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Emma Rose Brooks*
Kate McGowan
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Lillian Castillo*
Alice
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Matt Daniels*
Pitman / Etches
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Kelley Faulkner*
Caroline
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Jamey Feshold
Stoker/Bell
Headshot photo of Nathaniel Hackmann*
Nathaniel Hackmann*
Barrett
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Paxton Haley
Ensemble
Headshot photo of Evan Harrington*
Evan Harrington*
Murdoch
Headshot photo of Jeremy Landon Hays*
Jeremy Landon Hays*
Andrews
Headshot photo of David Hess*
David Hess*
Captain Smith
Headshot photo of Zoah Hirano
Zoah Hirano
Ensemble
Headshot photo of Carrie Hitchcock*
Carrie Hitchcock*
Ida Straus
Headshot photo of Philip Hoffman*
Philip Hoffman*
Isidor Straus
Headshot photo of Jared Brandt Hoover
Jared Brandt Hoover
Lightoller
Headshot photo of Cecilia Iole
Cecilia Iole
Swing
Headshot photo of Kyle Johnson
Kyle Johnson
Stoker / Bell
Headshot photo of Conor Jordan
Conor Jordan
Swing
Headshot photo of Brian Krinsky*
Brian Krinsky*
Jim Farrell
Headshot photo of George Lorimer
George Lorimer
Stoker / Carlson
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Kelty Morash
Kate Murphy / Lead Dancer
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Sophie Murk
Kate Mullins / Stewardess
Headshot photo of Steve Pacek*
Steve Pacek*
Bride / Hartley
Headshot photo of Max Pink
Max Pink
Bellboy
Headshot photo of Tim Quartier*
Tim Quartier*
Charles
Headshot photo of Julio Rey*
Julio Rey*
Fleet / Carlson / Stoker / Lead Dancer
Headshot photo of Rána Roman*
Rána Roman*
Ensemble
Headshot photo of Ogunde Snelling Jr.
Ogunde Snelling Jr.
Ensemble
Headshot photo of Lainey Techtmann
Lainey Techtmann
Ensemble
Headshot photo of Vivian Vaeth
Vivian Vaeth
Stewardess
Headshot photo of Andrew Varela*
Andrew Varela*
Ismay
Headshot photo of Steve Watts*
Steve Watts*
Edgar/Boxhall
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Headshot photo of
Emma Rose Brooks*
Kate McGowan
Headshot photo of
Lillian Castillo*
Alice
Headshot photo of
Matt Daniels*
Pitman / Etches
Headshot photo of
Kelley Faulkner*
Caroline
Headshot photo of
Jamey Feshold
Stoker/Bell
Headshot photo of
Nathaniel Hackmann*
Barrett
Headshot photo of
Paxton Haley
Ensemble
Headshot photo of
Evan Harrington*
Murdoch
Headshot photo of
Jeremy Landon Hays*
Andrews
Headshot photo of
David Hess*
Captain Smith
Headshot photo of
Zoah Hirano
Ensemble
Headshot photo of
Carrie Hitchcock*
Ida Straus
Headshot photo of
Philip Hoffman*
Isidor Straus
Headshot photo of
Jared Brandt Hoover
Lightoller
Headshot photo of
Cecilia Iole
Swing
Headshot photo of
Kyle Johnson
Stoker / Bell
Headshot photo of
Conor Jordan
Swing
Headshot photo of
Brian Krinsky*
Jim Farrell
Headshot photo of
George Lorimer
Stoker / Carlson
Headshot photo of
Kelty Morash
Kate Murphy / Lead Dancer
Headshot photo of
Sophie Murk
Kate Mullins / Stewardess
Headshot photo of
Steve Pacek*
Bride / Hartley
Headshot photo of
Max Pink
Bellboy
Headshot photo of
Tim Quartier*
Charles
Headshot photo of
Julio Rey*
Fleet / Carlson / Stoker / Lead Dancer
Headshot photo of
Rána Roman*
Ensemble
Headshot photo of
Ogunde Snelling Jr.
Ensemble
Headshot photo of
Lainey Techtmann
Ensemble
Headshot photo of
Vivian Vaeth
Stewardess
Headshot photo of
Andrew Varela*
Ismay
Headshot photo of
Steve Watts*
Edgar/Boxhall

Band

Dan Kazemi
Conductor/Keyboards
Alissa Rhode
Keyboards
Greg Heintz
Bass
Patrick Morrow
Percussion
Johnny Padilla
Reeds
Eric Segnitz
Violin
Don Sipe
Trumpet
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Dan Kazemi
Conductor/Keyboards
Alissa Rhode
Keyboards
Greg Heintz
Bass
Patrick Morrow
Percussion
Johnny Padilla
Reeds
Eric Segnitz
Violin
Don Sipe
Trumpet

Creative Team

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Mark Clements
Director
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Dan Kazemi
Music Director
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Mark Clements
Director
Bio

Mark is an award-winning international theater director whose work has appeared in over 100 major theaters throughout Europe and the United States. He began his tenure as Artistic Director with the 2010/11 Season by bringing musicals to the mainstage, starting a tradition that is now the highlight of every season, including Cabaret, Next to Normal, Assassins, Ragtime, Dreamgirls, The Color Purple, Man of La Mancha, Guys and Dolls, In the Heights and West Side Story. Milwaukee Rep directing credits include the world premieres of One House Over, his own adaptation of the current A Christmas Carol, Five Presidents and American Song. Also directed for Milwaukee Rep: Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, Things I Know To Be True (American Premiere), Junk, The Glass Menagerie,Of Mice and Men, Othello, Death of a Salesman, The History of Invulnerability, End of the Rainbow, Clybourne Park and Bombshells. Some of his New York and international work includes Speaking in Tongues, The Milliner and Blunt Speaking, in addition to creating and directing the West End and UK National Tour of Soul Train. Prior to joining Milwaukee Rep, Mark served as an Associate Artistic Director for several UK theater companies, most notably, Artistic Director for the award-winning Derby Playhouse in the UK from 1992-2002, where he directed over 40 productions. He has been nominated for an Olivier Award and several UK Theatre Awards, and has won three Barrymore Awards from his time at Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. Mark is currently working with Ayad Akhtar on adapting his critically acclaimed novel American Dervish for the stage to make its world premiere at Milwaukee Rep in an upcoming season.

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Dan Kazemi
Music Director
Bio

Dan is a New York-based composer, actor, director, orchestrator and music director. He is an Associate Artist at Milwaukee Rep. He most recently directed Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash at Milwaukee Rep’s Stackner Cabaret and Actors Theatre of Louisville. His recent musical direction credits for Milwaukee Rep include Jacob Marley’s Dan is a New York-based composer, actor, director, orchestrator and music director. He is an Associate Artist at Milwaukee Rep. He most recently directed Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash at Milwaukee Rep’s Stackner Cabaret and Actors Theatre of Louisville. His recent musical direction credits for Milwaukee Rep include Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, A Christmas Carol, Nunsense, West Side Story, In the Heights, The All Night Strut!, Murder for Two, Guys and Dolls, Man of La Mancha and Dreamgirls. In Philadelphia, Dan musically directed Lizzie (Barrymore Award), Herringbone (Barrymore Nom) and orchestrated and musically directed the world premiere musicals Field Hockey Hot (Barrymore Nom) and Tulipomania. Dan’s music has been performed at Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series, SDC’s Mr. Abbott Awards, Le Cirque de Demain in Paris, Ballet Fleming and in the 213 collective’s Untitled Project #213. Dan is also a composer of the new musical podcast, Mythic ThunderluteChristmas Carol, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, A Christmas Carol, Nunsense, West Side Story, In the Heights, The All Night Strut!, Murder for Two, Guys and Dolls, Man of La Mancha and Dreamgirls. In Philadelphia, Dan musically directed Lizzie (Barrymore Award), Herringbone (Barrymore Nom) and orchestrated and musically directed the world premiere musicals Field Hockey Hot (Barrymore Nom) and Tulipomania. Dan’s music has been performed at Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series, SDC’s Mr. Abbott Awards, Le Cirque de Demain in Paris, Ballet Fleming and in the 213 collective’s Untitled Project #213. Dan is also a composer of the new musical podcast, Mythic Thunderlute.

Jenn Rose
Choreographer
Tim Mackabee
Scenic Designer
Alexander B. Tecoma
Costume Designer
Jason Fassl
Lighting Designer
Cricket Myers
Sound Designer
John Tanner
Musical Supervisor
Mike Tutaj
Video & Projection Designer
Jill Walmsley Zager
Dialect Coach
Deanie Vallone
Dramaturg
Dale Brown Casting
Casting
Aaron A. Watson*
Stage Manager
Alissa Rhode
Associate Music Director
Jade Bruno*
Assistant Stage Manager
Martinique M. Barthel*
Assistant Stage Manager
Kelly DeLisle
Stage Management Resident
Daniel Andres Blanco
Assistant Director
Laura Braza
Line Producer
Jorge López Rivera
Line Producer
Hannah Steele
Young Performer Monitor
Lydia Cochran
Assistant Dramaturg
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Jenn Rose
Choreographer
Tim Mackabee
Scenic Designer
Alexander B. Tecoma
Costume Designer
Jason Fassl
Lighting Designer
Cricket Myers
Sound Designer
John Tanner
Musical Supervisor
Mike Tutaj
Video & Projection Designer
Jill Walmsley Zager
Dialect Coach
Deanie Vallone
Dramaturg
Dale Brown Casting
Casting
Aaron A. Watson*
Stage Manager
Alissa Rhode
Associate Music Director
Jade Bruno*
Assistant Stage Manager
Martinique M. Barthel*
Assistant Stage Manager
Kelly DeLisle
Stage Management Resident
Daniel Andres Blanco
Assistant Director
Laura Braza
Line Producer
Jorge López Rivera
Line Producer
Hannah Steele
Young Performer Monitor
Lydia Cochran
Assistant Dramaturg

* Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.