Nothing on Earth Could
Come Between Them.
Except Céline Dion.
When the music of Céline Dion makes sweet Canadian love with the eleven-time Oscar®-winning film Titanic, you get TITANIQUE, a musical celebration that turns one of the greatest love stories of all time into a hysterical and joyful slay-fest.
Want to find out what really happened to Jack and Rose on that fateful night?
Our story begins when Céline Dion hijacks a Titanic Museum tour and enchants the audience with her totally wild take, recharting the course of Titanic’s beloved moments and characters with her iconic song catalog.
Featuring powerhouse voices and show-stopping numbers (plus, contemporary pop culture and punchy odes to the 90s film), TITANIQUE is a one-of-a-kind musical voyage bursting with nostalgia and heart.
See you aboard the Ship of Dreams, girlfriends!
Coming This May
TITANIQUE: The Maiden Voyage Concert
Streaming or screaming, a diva always hits her cue.
Before we set sail to New York City, join TITANIQUE for a
one night only musical livestream event on May 2.
Cast & Creative Team
Céline Dion, Co-Author
Marla Mindelle can be seen as Olivia on the Emmy-nominated Netflix series, Special. She received an Outer Critics Circle Nomination for her portrayal of Sister Mary Robert in the original Broadway company of Sister Act. Other Broadway/National Tour credits include Stepsister Gabrielle in the original Broadway company of Cinderella; South Pacific; and Kitty in The Drowsy Chaperone. Her musical feature film screenplay, The Big Gay Jamboree, was recently sold to Paramount Pictures and will be produced by Academy Award-nominated actress Margot Robbie. Thank you to my co-creators Tye, Connie and Nicholas for turning a small idea into a fantastique musical comédie. www.marlamindelle.com
Constantine Rousouli is ecstatic to be bringing TITANIQUE to a laptop near you! Not only is he one of the creators of this kooky, wacky, nostalgic new musical comedy, he is also playing the iconic role of Jack Dawson made famous by none other than Leonardo DiCaprio. He was most recently seen in Cruel Intentions Off Broadway as the suave and manipulative Sebastian Valmont. He also just wrapped his first film as a supporting lead opposite Naomi Watts in a new Blumhouse feature called This is the Night. TV: AJ and the Queen (Jordan), 9-1-1 on Fox (Miles), The Other Two (Justin), CHARMED (Hunter Caine), The Deuce, HBO (Felix Smash), How to be a Vampire, The CW (Gustav), Handy, Comedy Central (Phil Angie’s). PBS Special (Broadway at the White House).
Broadway: Hairspray (Link Larkin), Wicked (Fiyero), GHOST (Sam Wheat standby). National Tours: Hairspray (Link Larkin), Legally Blonde (Warner Huntington III), Wicked (Fiyero u/s).
Broadway/ National Tours: Catch Me if You Can, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie), Legally Blonde, They’re Playing Our Song. TV: Hot In Cleveland, The Goldbergs, The Unicorn, Man With A Plan, Hollywood Darlings, The Movie Show. In her other life, Alex sings in a magical 70’s Yacht Rock cover band, Harbor Party. Her voice can also be heard on World of Warcraft, Red Dead Redemption and Disney’s animated children’s show, Vampirina, as Cosmina. This show started as a thought in our brains! Watching it come to life has been nothing short of incredible! DREAM BIG BB’S! @aellis3
Frankie Grande is a performer, producer, reality tv personality and “social media mogul.” He is known for his appearances on CBS’ Big Brother franchise and MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, as well as his guest-starring roles on Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger, Netflix’s Haters Back Off, and Ru Paul’s Drag Race. Frankie has also starred on Broadway as Franz in the closing cast of Rock of Ages and made his debut with the mega-hit, Mamma Mia. He currently devotes much of his time and energy to supporting the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
Broadway: FOOTLOOSE (original Urleen) and WICKED (original Shen Shen/ Mdme. Morrible understudy) LA: RENT at the Hollywood Bowl, directed by Neil Patrick Harris, SILENCE! THE MUSICAL, directed by Christopher Gatelli (Catherine, LA Weekly Award). TV/Film: AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW (Young Ethel), LOFT, and MAGIC MIKE XXL. In looking to combat body bias, she co-created PLUS THIS! SHOW, a weekly vodcast that highlights fat women & non-binary folx and their allies. Kathy is thrilled to, once again, build upon a character the great Kathy Bates created. Thanks, ATB, for all you do.
Kyle Ramar Freeman
Kyle Ramar Freeman is a Miami, FL native. Kyle is overjoyed to join the cast of TITANIQUE. National Tour: Once On This Island (Asaka) Joseph and the… Dreamcoat (Calypso). Theatre: Cinderella (Pinkleton), 25th Annual…Spelling Bee (Barfee), Seussical (Horton), The Wizard of Oz (Lion), A Year with Frog and Toad. Endless thanks to my family and family of friends, God and GBM.
John Riddle can currently be seen as Raoul in Broadway’s The Phantom of the Opera. He originated the roles of Hans in Disney’s Frozen and Young Anton in The Visit on Broadway. National tour: Evita. Regional: Kennedy Center, Long Wharf Theatre, Goodspeed, PCLO, Casa Mañana, MUNY. Other: Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods (Town Hall), The Secret Garden in Concert (Lincoln Center), soloist with the Cincinnati Pops. TV: Disney’s Holiday Singalong (ABC), Good Morning America (ABC), “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” “One Life to Live.” Recordings: Frozen, The Visit, John Kander’s Hidden Treasures. @thejohnriddle
Broadway: Amélie. Off-Broadway: The Black Crook (Abrons Arts Center), Gigantic (Vineyard Theatre), Ubu Roi (the Tank), Haute Mess (Ars Nova), Adding Machine (Minetta Lane), Spidermusical (Mint Theatre), Perez Hilton Saves the Universe (Barrow Street). Regional: Berkeley Rep, Center Theatre Group, St. Louis Rep, Woolly Mammoth, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, New York Stage & Film. Film/TV: Law & Order, Strangers with Candy, Naked Brothers Band, creative consultant on Billy on the Street. Training: NYU. @ScandalBlair.
Jalynn Steele is an energetic light placed here on earth to shine joy to everyone. Through the years she has graced many stages across the world and is extremely excited to join the awesome cast of Titanique! Credits include: Broadway: The Lightning Thief: A Percy Jackson Musical; Off Broadway: Sistas: The Musical. National/International Tour: Fosse. Regional Theatre: Mamma Mia, Beehive, and Little Shop of Horrors. Other credits include: Sesame Street, After Midnight, Rock of Ages, Burn the Floor, The Wiz, Songs for a New World, and recently, many virtual performances. Her life’s creed, “Live, laugh & love!” @Jalynn_The_Entertainer
Hey Girlfriends! Courtney is so happy to be aboard the Ship of Dreams. Broadway: The Great Comet. TV: Manifest, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The 71st Annual Tony Awards®. Favorite theatre: “Bedbugs!!(The Musical)” Off-Broadway, “POP! Who Shot Andy Warhol?” at City Theatre Pittsburgh, “The Sound of Music” at Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Courtney just wrote and released an album, “Starfire,” with her alt pop band, Starbird & the Phoenix-@starbirdandthephoenixband. Find her solo folk-pop project @eganwhim. Merci fantastique Titanique team!
Tye Blue is a producer & director whose work spans television, theatre, and music. TV credits include: 4 seasons on the Emmy Award-winning casting team of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Project Runway, Nailed It, Say, I Do!, Snoop Dogg’s Jokers Wild!, The Real Housewives, Catfish, etc. He has been perfecting the TITANIQUE pop-culture parody genre for several years in Los Angeles, directing and co-creating musical adaptations of Mean Girls, The Devil Wears Prada, Troop Beverly Hills, The Big Lebowski, & Hocus Pocus at Rockwell Table & Stage. NYC & Regional Directing credits include ALTAR BOYZ, Little Shop Of Horrors, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Rocky Horror Show, One Nation Under, Hunny Bunny Hot Box, Beyond Therapy, & Popcorn. Tye created Rumer Willis’ cabaret debut at The Cafe Carlyle and produced its subsequent national outing, the Over The Love Tour. Other music work includes concerts and tours for Isabela Moner, Brian Justin Crum, the Houston Pride Committee, and the long-running For the Record series in LA. He studied voice and saxophone at Berklee College of Music and theatre at Sam Houston State University. Web: www.itstyeblue.com Instagram: @TyeBlue1
Music Supervisor, Orchestrations and Arrangements
Nicholas James Connell is a singer/songwriter, music director, producer, and arranger. He has a B.M. in Songwriting from Berklee College of Music and is currently a senior faculty member at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA). MD credits: Brent Spiner’s In Search of Lost Time, For The Record: The Brat Pack (NCL), The Color Purple (2015 IRNE Award for Best Music Direction), In The Heights (2014 IRNE), Xanadu, Next To Normal (Speakeasy Stage). Nicholas can be seen playing piano on ENCORE! (Disney+) and on his Youtube Channel which has garnered 15,000+ subscribers and 9.8 million views. @nicholasconnell
Off-Broadway Choreography Credits: Little Shop of Horrors, Westside Theater; Pride and Prejudice, Cherry Lane Theater; Black Exhibition, Jeremy O. Harris. Broadway: Head Over Heels, associate choreographer; King Kong; associate choreographer; Cats Revival, assistant choreographer; Falsettos Revival, assistant choreographer. As the Founder and Artistic Director of ELSCO Dance, a contemporary-fusion dance company, Scott’s work was performed in New York City, Los Angeles, Boston and throughout the Tri-State Area. As a performer she was a finalist and an All-Star on the hit television show “So You Think You Can Dance.” She performed on numerous television shows (Glee, Smash, The Ellen Show, The Blacklist, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) and performed with Janet Jackson. @ellenorescottdance
Christopher Kee Anaya-Gorman
Broadway: Jagged Little Pill, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Pt 1 & 2, Mean Girls, The Father, The Gin Game w/ James Earl Jones. Off-Broadway: Skintight with Idina Menzel, 72 Miles to Go… (Roundabout), The Secret Life of Bees (Atlantic Theater Company) National Tours: Anastasia, Aladdin. TV: Younger. Regional credits at Arizona Theatre Company, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Signature Theatre in D.C., Shakespeare Theatre Company, Utah Shakespeare Festival and Goodspeed Musicals.