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Fathom Events and BY Experience present:

Titanic The Musical

In Movie Theaters November 4 & 8
Music & Lyrics by
Maury Yeston
Book by
Peter Stone
Directed by
Thom Southerland
Martin Allanson
Valda Aviks
Graham Bickley
Sam Brown
James Darch
David Delve
Adam Filipe
Emily George
Luke Harley
Emma Harrold
Alastair Hill
Abi Hudson
Barnaby Hughes
Paul Kemble
Niamh Long
Matthew McDonald
Ian McLarnon

Danny Michaels
Janet Mooney
Chris Nevin
Jack North
Joseph Peacock
Billy Roberts
Bree Smith
Lucie-Mae Sumner


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Based on the 1912 historic sinking, and on the real people aboard the RMS Titanic, the most legendary ship in the world. Titanic the Musical is ‘breathtaking’ (the Guardian) and ‘magnificent’ (the Telegraph), a stunning and stirring production focusing on the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of her passengers who each boarded with stories and personal ambitions of their own. All innocently unaware of the fate awaiting them, the Third-Class immigrants dream of a better life in America, the Second Class imagine they too can join the lifestyles of the rich and famous, while the millionaire Barons of the First Class anticipate legacies lasting forever.  


A Note from Creator Maury Yeston:

Watching [Titanic] as a film is a completely different experience than seeing it onstage. This is the best directed production I’ve seen. The cast is perfect. The camera work and all of the close-ups provide a seamless liquidity for the transitions that makes every moment more immediate. I am amazed by the clarity of the sound and the ability to hear every word. I feel very proud of this reimagined film of Titanic the Musical. It's a grand story about people's bravery, cowardice and a coming together of humanity. It's also a story about how we deal with an emergency, how we deal with potential tragedy and how in the final analysis the human spirit is indomitable under the worst circumstances.

Meet the Company


J. Bruce Ismay
MARTIN ALLANSON - J. Bruce Ismay Training: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre includes: The Mousetrap (UK tour); Wuthering Heights (Birmingham Rep & UK tour); Coco (Sadler's Wells); 55 Days, Fabrika Hill (Hampstead Theatre); Riot (National Theatre Studio); How The Vote Was Won (Orange Tree Theatre); Bouncers (Guildford Fringe); Lee Harvey Oswald (Finborough Theatre); Tomorrow/Seppuku (Arcola Theatre); Machine Gunners (Polka Theatre); In An Instant, Christmas (Theatre 503); His Face, Her Face (Bath Theatre). Television and Film includes: Doctors, The Private Life Of Monarchs (BBC); Hashtag (NBC); Tosh (Comedy Central); Electricity; Jim Button; Just In Time; Breaking The Bank; The Third Leg; Ms Turner. Animation includes: The LEGO Show; Buried Alive; Woozy The Wizard; Teletubbies; Huntsman; Winter's Curse; Pirates Of The Asteroid Belt. Radio includes: Sketchorama, So On And So Forth (BBC Radio 4).


Ida Straus
VALDA AVIKS - Ida Straus Theatre includes: Ella in Cinderella: The Musical (Nuffield Southampton Theatres); Rachel in RAGS (Hope Mill Theatre); Grandma Addams in The Addams Family Musical (original UK tour); Mrs. Meeker in Funny Girl (Menier Chocolate Factory & Savoy Theatre); Barushka in Once (Dublin & Phoenix Theatre); ensemble and cover Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd (Chichester Festival Theatre & Adelphi Theatre); Mrs. Primrose in On The Twentieth Century (Union Theatre); Granny in Into The Woods (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Jeanette in The Full Monty (English Theatre, Frankfurt); Bird Woman in Mary Poppins, Mad in Sink Or Swim (UK tour); Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit (English Theatre, Vienna); Grandma Gellman in Caroline Or Change (National Theatre); Zandra, Irene and Mary in Jerry Springer The Opera (National Theatre, Cambridge Theatre & UK tour); Florence Foster Jenkins in When Florence Met Isadora, La Goulue in La Goulue Of The Moulin Rouge (Rosemary Branch Theatre); Eudora in The Witches Of Eastwick (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Rebecca in Tanz Der Vampire (Raimund Theatre, Vienna); Mrs Potts in Beauty And The Beast (Dominion Theatre); Widow Corney in Oliver! (London Palladium); ensemble and cover Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd (Leicester Haymarket); Carlotta in The Phantom Of The Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre); ensemble and cover Mme Thernadier in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre); The Gumbie Cat in Cats (New London Theatre). Television and Film includes: The Trip, Helga in Doctor Who, Betty in Bad Penny, American Tourist in Little Britain, Marge in Words of Love (BBC); Melissa Rickman in Nightbreed (Morgan Creek Productions).


Captain Edward Smith
GRAHAM BICKLEY - Captain Edward Smith Training: Liverpool Theatre School. Theatre includes: Jackie The Musical, Sleuth (UK tours); Closer Than Ever (Jermyn St Theatre); Noël & Cole In Love (Merkin Concert Hall, New York); House Of Mirrors And Hearts (Arcola Theatre); Follies (Opera de Toulon); The Secret Garden (Edinburgh & Toronto); Eric’s (Liverpool Everyman); Light In The Piazza (Curve, Leicester); Great Expectations (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); High Society (UK tour & Shaftesbury Theatre); Ragtime, Which Witch, Metropolis (Piccadilly Theatre); Anything Goes, Wonderful Town (Grange Park Opera); I Love You You’re Perfect Now Change, Black Goes With Everything (Churchill Theatre); Pajama Game (Birmingham Rep, Toronto, & Victoria Palace Theatre); Maddie (Lyric Theatre); Sunset Boulevard (Adelphi Theatre); Miss Saigon, Pirates Of Penzance (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); No Trams To Lime Street (Liverpool Playhouse); Les Misérables (Palace Theatre); They’re Playing Our Song (Shaftesbury Theatre); Jukebox (Astoria Theatre); Jacques Brel is Alive And Well And Living In Paris (National Theatre); It’s Better With A Band (Donmar Warehouse). Graham has received four nominations for Best Actor including an Olivier Award Nomination for Ragtime. Workshops include: Susan Stroman’s Little Dancer (Lincoln Center, New York); Soapdish The Musical; Love Story; The Irrationality (National Theatre); A Terrible Beauty (Old Vic Theatre); Television and Film includes: Bread (BBC). Concert Platforms: orchestras throughout the UK, Europe and South America including the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the London Symphony, the London Concert, the Manchester Concert, the City of London Sinfonia, the National Symphony, the Royal Northern Sinfonia, the Royal Scottish National, the Hallé, Ulster Orchestra, the City of Birmingham Symphony, the Royal Philharmonic, the BBC Concert, the RTE Concert, the Gothenburg Symphony, the Iceland Symphony, the Sao Paulo Symphony and the Bergen Philharmonic. Concert performances include: Kinky Boots (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Wonderful Town (Rotterdam Philharmonic); Guys & Dolls (Vienna Konzerthaus); Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar (Scandinavia); Peter Pan, On The Town (Royal Festival Hall); the 10th and 25th Concert performances of Les Misérables (Royal Albert Hall & O2 Arena). Created in 2012 by Richard Balcombe and Graham Bickley, GRB Concerts devise and produce concerts for full orchestra. To date, they have performed over 50 concerts with all the major UK orchestras. Five of their programmes have been transmitted for Friday Night Is Music Night specials on BBC Radio 2. What The World Needs Now – The Music of Burt Bacharach and Songs From The Sixties have been recorded and released by The Royal Philharmonic. Future concerts include symphonic tributes to Elton John, Barbra Streisand, and the Bee Gees.


Frederick Fleet
SAM BROWN - Frederick Fleet Training: Arts Educational School. Theatre includes: ensemble and cover Robertson Ay/Bert in Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre); A-Rab in West Side Story (Ljubljana Festival). Theatre whilst training includes: Mick in Lysistrata Jones; Larry The Lobster in The Spongebob Musical; Man 1 in Closer Than Ever.


Edgar Beane
JAMES DARCH - Edgar Beane Theatre includes: Johan in Trevor Nunn’s Identical: The Parent Trap Musical, written by George Stiles, Anthony Drewe and Stuart Patterson; Glory Ride (The Other Palace); The Rocky Horror Picture Show, An Officer And A Gentleman, Cats (UK tours); Maggie May (Finborough Theatre); Wicked (Apollo Victoria); Mamma Mia (Novello Theatre); White Christmas (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Kiss Me, Kate (BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall); Grease 2; Cool Rider (Duchess Theatre); Cinderella (King’s Theatre, Edinburgh); Marguerite (Tabard Theatre); Guys & Dolls (Cadogan Hall); Fresher The Musical (EdFringe). Workshops include: Chasing Rainbows; The Road To Oz (Denis Jones); The Musical! (Talk is Free Theatre); Love Of An Angel (Union Theatre); Zanetto (Arts Theatre); The Diary Of Anne Frank. Television and Film includes: Ezra (Bell Media/OutTV); In The Shadows (Blue Ant Media/Discovery Network); ECHO (Elysian Productions); On A list (Lady Road Productions); Paranormal Hotline (Blue Ant Media/Discovery Network); SandLand (Aliks Chen); For Love Or Money (GSP Studios); New Tricks, Kiss Me, Kate At The Proms (BBC); Ant And Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV).


Isidor Straus
DAVID DELVE - Isidor Straus Training: Dartington Hall and Rose Bruford College. London theatre includes: Carousel (Savoy Theatre); Anything Goes (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Mon Firman in Phantom Of The Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Mr Sowerberry in Oliver! (London Palladium)as Mr Sowerberry; Mon. Thenadier in Les Misérables (Palace Theatre); the title role in Uncle Vanya (Pentameters); The Jewess Of Toledo (Bridewell) Theatre; Hay Fever (Queen’s Theatre); Tomfoolery (Criterion Theatre); Rothschild & Sons (Park Theatre); The Point (Mermaid Theatre); Once Upon A Time (Duke of York’s Theatre); The Glass Menagerie (New End Theatre); Elgar’s Rondo, The Country Wife, The Shakespeare Revue (RSC). Theatre on tour includes: The Crucible; West Side Story; Jekyll & Hyde; Hugh Paddick in Round The Horne; Half A Sixpence with Gary Wilmot; Guys & Dolls; The Phantom Of The Opera; Mr Squeers in the UK and US tours of the RSC’s Nicholas Nickleby; One For The Road (Sweden); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Jordan); An Inspector Calls (Dubai); Polly; Mr. Cinders; Totally Foxed; Yee Haw! Regional theatre includes: Twelfth Night, The Norman Conquests, Kiss Of The Spider Woman, East, Lend Me A Tenor; Travesties; High Society; Singin’ In The Rain; 3 seasons at Pitlochry Festival; assorted roles in Hard Times; Travels With My Aunt; The Mystery Of Irma Vepp; most recently Great Expectations, Snow Queen (Dundee). Television and Film includes: Elizabeth 1 with Helen Mirren; the Emmy award-winning episode of BlackAdder; Poldark; A Horseman Riding By; Grandad; Clayhanger; The Soft Touch; Jangles; Partners In Crime; I Thought You’d Gone; Murder Weekend; The Famous Five; Uncle Jack; Casualty; Mr. Quilp; One Of The Lads; Going Home; Diamond Skulls. Devised presentations include: Alice in Wonderland/Through The Looking Glass (radio); Adam And Eve, Pinch Me (City of London Festival, Noel (Picadilly Theatre); Shadows And Dreams, Steal Away, A Century Of Song, Sweet Somethings (tours); Dearly Free (LA). Other credits include: written Little Sad Sound for the double-bass; directed the solo shows Lavinia’s Yearbook, Mother Of The Pride, Falstaff.


Frederick Barett
ADAM FILIPE - Frederick Barett Training: Arts Educational School and The Brit School. Theatre Include: Jean-Michel in Cinderella (Hope Mill Theatre); standby The Man in Whistle Down The Wind (Watermill Theatre); Tony in West Side Story (Ljubljana Festival); Gino in Mimma (Cadogan Hall); ensemble and 1st cover Moses/2nd cover Ramses in the original West End cast of The Prince Of Egypt (Dreamworks); Menino in Out Of Water 'Cargas D'agua' (It Productions); 1st cover Grantaire in Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre); Alberto Beddini in Top Hat, Bobby in Cabaret (ArtsEd).


Kate Murphy
EMILY GEORGE - Kate Murphy Training: Arts Educational School. Theatre includes: ensemble and cover Necile/Shiegra in Claus The Musical (Lowry Theatre, Salford). Theatre whilst training includes: Eileen Evergreen in Nice Work If You Can Get It; Muriel Palmer in Harlequinade; ensemble and dance captain in The Wild Party. Other credits include: McDonald's commercial (2022) directed by Edgar Wright; Olivier Awards 2019; On The Town (BBC Proms).


Andrew Latimer
LUKE HARLEY - Andrew Latimer Training: Arts Educational School and CAPA College. Luke played Latimer and cover Barrett, Murdoch, Etches, Charles Clarke and Jim Farrell in the 2019 international tour of Titanic. Theatre includes: rehearsal swing in Choir of Man (NCL); I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical (Edinburgh Fringe & Liverpool Festival Theatre); Buttons in Cinderella (Theatre Royal Wakefield); ensemble and cover Leo in The Producers (international tour); ensemble in Oklahoma! (BBC Proms); Jack in Jack And The Beanstalk (Theatre Royal, Windsor); ensemble in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Kilworth House); ensemble in Sweet Charity (Cadogan Hall).


Lady Caroline Neville/ Dance Captain
EMMA HARROLD - Lady Caroline Neville/ Dance Captain Training: The Royal Academy of Music. Emma played Kate Mullins in the 2018 UK & Ireland tour and Lady Caroline Neville in the 2019 international tour of Titanic. Theatre includes: Helen in Wonderful Town (Opera Holland Park); vocalist in Thursford Christmas Spectacular; Eliza Mabberley in Brass, Muriel in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (Union Theatre); Bumblescratch (Adelphi Theatre); Charlotte in Oliver!, Liesl and cover Maria in The Sound Of Music (Curve, Leicester); Lavinia in Crush The Musical, Joanie Cunningham in Happy Days (UK tours); Mrs Anderssen in A Little Night Music (Opera Holland Park & Palace Theatre); Retty and Liza-Lu in Tess Of The D'Urbivilles (Studio at New Wimbledon Theatre); Luisa in The Fantasticks (Jermyn Street Theatre). Concerts include: Phyllis in The Railway Children In Concert, South Pacific, The Hired Man (Cadogan Hall); My Fair Lady 60th Anniversary (Actor’s Church); Hamlisch (St James’ Theatre); Maria Friedman – Back To Before (The Pheasantry). Radio includes: soloist in Friday Night Is Music Night (BBC Radio 2).


Harold Bride
ALASTAIR HILL - Harold Bride Training: Alastair graduated from the University of Warwick in 2012 and went on to complete an MA in Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting. Theatre includes: Jack And The Beanstalk (South Mill Arts Centre); Dreamboats And Petticoats, Dreamboats And Miniskirts, Iolanthe, Saturday Night Fever (UK tours); Cinderella (Darlington Hippodrome & Newbury Corn Exchange); The Fix, The Dreaming (Union Theatre); Dick Whittington (Basildon Towngate Theatre); 20:40 (Omnibus Theatre); Around The World In 80 Days (Blackpool Grand Theatre).


ABI HUDSON - Maid Training: Royal Academy of Music. Theatre includes: Clara in The Light In The Piazza (Royal Academy of Music); Opening Night (workshop); Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends – A Celebration (Sondheim Theatre); Maria Friedman & Friends – Legacy (Menier Chocolate Factory); Judy – No Place Like Home (Lyric Theatre).


Herbert Pitman/ Henry Etches
BARNABY HUGHES - Herbert Pitman/ Henry Etches Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Theatre includes: Enjolras in Les Misérables, cover John in Miss Saigon (UK tours); Courfeyrac and cover Enjolras/Javert in Les Misérables Concert (Gielgud Theatre); Combeferre and cover Javert/Enjolras Les Misérables (Queen's Theatre); Mitch in Yank! (Hope Mill Theatre); Gus Romano in Grand Central (Charing Cross Theatre); Gaston in Beauty And The Beast (Cork Opera House); Warner Huntington III in Legally Blonde (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Buck in Cougar (Belgrade Theatre); Tommy in Dick Whittington (Wyvern Theatre/Qdos); Vernon & cover Joe in Damn Yankees (Landor Theatre). Television and Film includes: Receptionist in Luther (BBC); Aide to Gordon Brown in Miliband Of Brothers (Channel 4); Luke in A Lifeless Life (Chocolate Films); Justin in Tristan In The Cowshed (Electric Shorts).


Joseph Boxhall
PAUL KEMBLE - Joseph Boxhall Theatre includes: Horace Harwick in Top Hat (The Mill at Sonning); Mr Patey in To The Streets (China Plate/Birmingham Hippodrome); Doc and Krupke in West Side Story (Ljubljana Festival); Baron Elberfeld in The Sound Of Music (Alexela Concert Hall, Tallinn, Estonia); School Of Rock (Gillian Lynne Theatre); Crow and Mr Janson in All The Angels (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, The Globe); Lord Capulet in Romeo And Juliet (Middle East tour/S4K International); Geppetto in Pinnochio (Sharjah Literary Festival & Middle East tour/S4K International); George, Rafaello Correlli and Howard Calvert in the original cast of Top Hat (Aldwych Theatre, UK tour & Japan); Chester in High Society (Old Vic); Bill in the original cast of Made In Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre); Ronnie Kray, Clore, Redmayne and Hollis in the original cast of Stephen Ward (Aldwych Theatre); Stitching Doctor in Love Story (Duchess Theatre); Willard in the original cast of Sister Act, Herr Zeller in The Sound Of Music, Franz in original cast of The Sound Of Music (London Palladium); Major Clusper in the original cast of Two Cities (Salisbury Playhouse); the original cast of The Woman In White (Palace Theatre & Broadway); Honey in Cinderella (Royal Theatre, Northampton); Evita (Zouk Amphitheatre, Beirut); Mr Jesmond in the original cast of Our House (Cambridge Theatre); Sunset Boulevard (UK tour); A Little Night Music (Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells); Bernstein’s Mass (Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank). Television and Film includes: People Just Do Nothing (Roughcut for BBC); A Lawful Killing; Carboot Quest; Pantomentary; Our House; The Children Act; Edmund’s Trousers; Distortions; The Canterbury Tales.


Kate Mullins
NIAMH LONG - Kate Mullins Training: The Urdang Academy. Theatre includes: Mistress and cover Eva Peron in Evita: In Concert (National Symphony Orchestra/IYMT at the National Concert Hall, Dublin). Theatre whilst training includes: James in James And The Giant Peach, Little Sally in Urinetown.


Charles Clarke
MATTHEW MCDONALD - Charles Clarke Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Matthew played Latimer and cover Barrett, Murdoch, Etches, Charles Clarke and Jim Farrell in the 2018 UK & Ireland tour and Charles Clarke in the 2019 international tour of Titanic. Theatre includes: Lord Pinkleton in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (Hope Mill Theatre); Boatswain and cover Captain Corcoran in H.M.S. Pinafore (Theatre Royal Winchester & Wilton’s Music Hall); Lapiscine in Beauty And The Beast (Civic Theatre, Chelmsford); onstage swing in A Christmas Carol (Dominion Theatre); Joshua Rose and Kirby in Little Miss Sunshine (UK & Ireland tour); Callum and cover Pressman in Our House (UK tour); President of the Assembly and cover Dr Pignier in The Braille Legacy, Lorenzo in Death Takes A Holiday (Charing Cross Theatre); Ralph in Sky News The Musical (Canterbury Festival); Harry Buckley in Allegro (Southwark Playhouse). Concerts include: Chess (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Zorro, Cinderella (Cadogan Hall); The Best Of The West End, Magic Of The Musicals (Royal Albert Hall); Mr Smythe in A Christmas Carol (Lyceum Theatre); Camelot (London Palladium).


Thomas Andrews
IAN MCLARNON - Thomas Andrews West End theatre includes: Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends – A Celebration (Sondheim Theatre); Forever Plaid (Apollo Theatre); Fiddler On The Roof (London Palladium); Passion (Queen’s Theatre); Sunday In The Park With George (Wyndham’s Theatre), Les Misérables (Palace Theatre); Hand To God (Vaudeville Theatre); The Relapse, Luther, South Pacific, Follies (National Theatre). Other theatre includes: Maria Friedman & Friends – Legacy (Menier Chocolate Factory); Side By Side By Sondheim (Plough Theatre); the première of new musical Trio (New Wolsey Theatre); Pacific Overtures (Donmar Warehouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Troilus And Cressida, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Joseph Cable in South Pacific (UK tour); William in How The Other Half Loves, Narrator in Awaking Beauty, Frederick in The Pirates Of Penzance, Nanki Poo in The Mikado (Stephen Joseph Theatre); Andrew Carnes in Oklahoma! (Gordon Craig Theatre); Lurvy in Charlotte’s Web (Watermill Theatre). Ian has performed extensively in concerts all over Europe, including stints as a lead vocalist in Riverdance (London & Geneva) and Magical Rhythms Of Ireland (Holland & Belgium). He is featured on many film and show soundtracks and has recorded two albums of his own. Television and Film includes: Casualty; Bomb At The Grand; Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd; Mr Smythe in A Christmas Carol (The Hallmark Channel).


Joseph Bell
DANNY MICHAELS - Joseph Bell Training: Arts Educational School. Theatre includes: Billy Dean and Virgil in Violet (Charing Cross Theatre); ensemble and cover Boq in Wicked (Apollo Victoria). Theatre whilst training includes: Harold Bride in Titanic; Jojo in The Life; ensemble in Some Enchanted Evening; Sam Kaplan in Street Scene; Nicky Lancaster in The Vortex. Workshops include: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella. Other credits include: Olivier Awards (ITV); TFI Friday (Channel 4); Candide (Opera in the Open); The Mikado, HMS Pinafore (Lyric Opera Productions).


JANET MOONEY - Maid Theatre Credits include: Les Misérables. 1st cover Cosette Palace Theatre Love Never Dies. 1st Cover Mme.Giry Adelphi Theatre Phantom of the Opera 1st Cover Mme.Giry UK Tour Titanic 1st Cover Ida/Alice Bean UK and World Tour Violet Old Lady/Hotel Hooker Charing Cross Theatre The Woman in White Ensemble Charing Cross Theatre. As a choral director and vocal contractor, Janet has created many choirs and small groups for a broad range of commercial projects.


Jim Farell
CHRIS NEVIN - Jim Farell Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Titanic The Musical marks Chris’s professional debut. Theatre whilst training includes: Jeff in [title of show]; Billy Flynn in Chicago; ensemble and featured in In The Mood. Workshops include: Romeo in Inside William.


Charles Lightoller
JACK NORTH - Charles Lightoller Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Theatre includes: Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street (Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris); Robertson Ay in Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre); Rusty Charlie in Guys & Dolls (Théâtre Marigny, Paris); Boy in The Country Wife, Little Rock in Gypsy, Tom Thumb in Barnum (Chichester Festival Theatre); Baby John in West Side Story, ensemble in Kiss Me, Kate (Royal Albert Hall); Waxy in Pinocchio (National Theatre); Karl and Dudley in Harry Potter And The Cursed Child (Palace Theatre); Tobias in Sweeney Todd (English National Opera); Nibs in Peter Pan (Adelphi Theatre); Satyr and cover Peter in The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (Kensington Gardens). Television and Film includes: Sabin in Chasing Shadows (ITV); Jamie in Breathe; BBC Proms.


Bellboy/ Wallace Hartley
JOSEPH PEACOCK - Bellboy/ Wallace Hartley Training: Emil Dale Academy. Theatre includes: The Osmonds, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (UK tour); West Side Story (Ljubljana Festival); The Last Ship (US tour); Bat Out Of Hell (London Coliseum & Dominion Theatre); Burnt Part Boys (Park Theatre); Grease (The Factory Playhouse). Dance includes: Young Creatives (Youth Dance England, Wayne McGregor); Sadler’s Wells (Ryan Jenkins); Move It (EDSA Company, Gareth Walker) Television and Film includes: Scarborough, Holby City (BBC).


William McMaster Murdoch
BILLY ROBERTS - William McMaster Murdoch Training: Tiffany Theatre College. Theatre includes: Mr Maddens in Nativity! (Birmingham Rep); Keith Gill and cover Dennis/Hertz in Rock Of Ages, Steve and cover Don in Summer Holiday The Musical, Emmo in Our House (UK tours); Deldini in Cinderella (Corn Exchange, Newbury); ensemble and cover Mr Maddens/Mr Poppy in Nativity! The Musical (UK Tour & London); Gad and cover Pharaoh in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Kilworth House Open Air Theatre); ensemble and cover Lion in The Wizard Of Oz (Winter Gardens, Blackpool); Frankie Valli in Frankie’s Guys (Four Seasons Tribute, various venues); The Twelve Tenors (international arena tour); Headliners Theatre Company (P&O Cruises); Aladdin in Aladdin (Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne); Lion in The Wizard Of Oz (Sutton Theatre, Suffolk); ensemble in Jack And The Beanstalk (Regent Theatre, Ipswich).


Alice Beane
BREE SMITH - Alice Beane Training: Arts Educational School. Theatre includes: Shug Avery and Resident Choreographer in The Color Purple (UK tour); Marmie and Dance Captain in Coming To England (Birmingham Rep); Aunt Em and Glinda in The Wiz (Hope Mill Theatre); Fairy Godmother in Cinderella (The Orchard Theatre); Flower in Tomorrow May Be My Last (Union Theatre); ensemble in Evita (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Grandma and Dance Captain in Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Rosalia and cover Anita in West Side Story (Royal Exchange Theatre); African Villager in The Book Of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre); Henrietta in Scrooge The Musical (Curve, Leicester); ensemble in Wonderland (UK tour); ensemble for The Olivier Awards. Workshops include: Tinker Bell in Tinker Bell The Musical (Bridewell Theatre); Eugenius (London Palladium). Other credits include: Assistant Director/Movement Director for Kinky Boots concert (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); dancer for ITV National Television Awards 2020; Friday Night Is Music Night (BBC Radio 2).


Kate McGowan
LUCIE-MAE SUMNER - Kate McGowan Training: National Youth Theatre and Royal Academy of Music. Lucie-Mae played Kate McGowan in the 2019 international tour of Titanic. Theatre includes: first cover Mary in Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre, UK & International tours); Roxie Hart in Chicago, Charlotte Parratt in Quality Street, Cecily in Travesties (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); Chester Lyman and cover Jenny Lind/Chairy Barnum in Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory); cover Sarah in Guys & Dolls (UK tour, Savoy Theatre & Phoenix Theatre); Annabelle in A Damsel In Distress, cover Jenny Lind/Chairy Barnum in Barnum (Chichester Festival Theatre); Kate Monster/Lucy the Slut in Avenue Q, cover Sister Mary Roberts in Sister Act (UK tours); Alice Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington (Lowther Pavilion); Sally in Follies (Royal Academy of Music). Workshops includes: Disney’s Bedknobs And Broomsticks; Odysseus(National Theatre). Television and Film includes: Humans (Channel 4). Concerts include: Kerry Ellis' Anthems, Danny Elfman's Music From The Films Of Tim Burton, BBC Proms: Sondheim At 80 (Royal Albert Hall); West End Prom (Lytham Festival); Judy – No Place Like Home (Lyric Theatre).


Music & Lyrics
Maury Yeston is a multi award winning theatre and film composer, lyricist, author and teacher. In addition to winning a Tony Award for Best Score for Titanic (which won another four Tonys including Best Musical), Yeston won a Tony Award and two Drama Desk Awards for his music and lyrics to Nine (based on Fellini’s1963 movie 8½). That production also won four additional Tonys including Best Musical. The Broadway revival of Nine, starring Antonio Banderas, won the Tony Award for Best Musical Revival. Yeston’s contribution to the score for Grand Hotel was nominated for a Tony and two Drama Desk Awards, and the Donmar Warehouse production won an Olivier Award. His score for Phantom has received national and international acclaim. Most recently, he wrote music and lyrics to Death Takes A Holiday (with a book also by Stone and Thomas Meehan), which was nominated for 11 Drama Desk Awards, and the first entirely American full length ballet, Tom Sawyer: A Ballet In Three Acts, which premiered in Kansas City. In 2009, Nine was adapted into a film with a screenplay by Anthony Minghella and Michael Tolkin, directed by Rob Marshall and featuring Daniel Day-Lewis, Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Nicole Kidman, Dame Judi Dench, Kate Hudson, Fergie, and Sophia Loren. It was nominated for five Golden Globes and four Academy Awards. Yeston was nominated for a Critics Choice and Golden Globe for Best Original Song, Cinema Italiano, and an Academy Award for Best Original Song, Take It All. His Anything Can Happen in The Theater – The Musical World of Maury Yeston, a new musical revue conceived and directed by Gerard Alessandrini, premièred in March 2020 at Manhattan’s York Theater Company, filled with many of Yeston’s comic company and dance numbers, heartfelt ballads, duets and trios. The New York Times declared: “the forlorn elegance of “A Man Like You/Unusual Way,” works perfectly fine outside of Nine; as with Yeston’s best songs, its deceiving simplicity feels inevitable” and “its closing song, “Home”, is among the most beautiful of the last 30 years - its ineffable melancholy is sublime.” Other work includes: Cello Concerto, premiered by Yo Yo Ma; the concert album Goya - A Life In Song, featuring Placido Domingo and Gloria Estefan (the song Till I Loved You from the album became a Top 40 hit for Barbra Streisand); December Songs, a song cycle commissioned by Carnegie Hall for its centennial celebration; An American Cantata - 2000 Voices, a choral symphony in three movements for the National Symphony Orchestra and 2000 singers commissioned by the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Yeston has been twice nominated for a Grammy Award, is a lifetime member of the council of the Dramatists Guild, is on the board of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, The Kleban Foundation and The Kurt Weill Foundation. In 1998, he received The Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center Creative Arts Award in New York as Artist of The Year and was The Encompass Opera’s Lifetime Achievement Honoree in 2009. In 2012, he received the distinction of being named an Honorary Ambassador of The Society of Composers & Lyricists.


Story and Book
Stone was born in Los Angeles. His mother was a film writer and his father was the writer and producer of many silent films. Stone is among that rarefied group of writers who have conquered stage, screen, and television by winning an Oscar, a Tony, and an Emmy. In 1965, he won an Oscar for his work as a screenwriter on Father Goose, however it is the Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn vehicle, Charade, that is probably Stone's best-remembered film. He won Tony Awards for his books for the Broadway musicals Titanic, Woman Of The Year and 1776. He won an Emmy for a 1962 episode of The Defenders. Shortly after Stone's death, in a memorial ceremony it was observed that the two most famous ships of all time were Noah’s Ark and the Titanic, and that Stone had written Broadway Musicals about both of them.


Thom is the Associate Artistic Director of Mayflower Theatre and MAST Mayflower Studios. Theatre includes: She Loves You (Copenhagen); Angela’s Ashes (Grand Opera House, Belfast & Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin, Irish and UK tours); The Illusionist, The Pajama Game (Umeda Arts, Tokyo); Candide (Bergen National Opera); Harold And Maude, The Woman In White, Death Takes A Holiday, Ragtime - Off West End Award for Best Musical Production, The Mikado (Charing Cross Theatre); Allegro, Grey Gardens - Off West End Award for Best New Musical, Victor/Victoria, Mack And Mabel - Longlisted for Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical, Parade - Longlisted for Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical, nominated for WhatsOnStage Award for Best Musical Revival and Off West End Award for Best Musical Production (Southwark Playhouse); Titanic (UK and international tours, Charing Cross Theatre, Princess of Wales, Toronto, Umeda Arts, Tokyo, Osaka & Southwark Playhouse - Longlisted for the Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical, BroadwayWorld UK Award for Best Fringe/Regional Musical, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production, Off West End Award for Best Musical Production); Grand Hotel (Umeda Arts, Tokyo & Southwark Playhouse - BroadwayWorld UK Award for Best Musical Revival, Off West End Awards for Best Musical Production, nominated for WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production); The Smallest Show On Earth (also co-writer) (Mercury Theatre & UK tour); Peter Pan (US tour); The Grand Tour, Me And Juliet - Off West End Award for Best Director, State Fair (Finborough & Trafalgar Studios).


Set & Costume Designer
Training: Theatre & Performance Design at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, graduating with first class honours. David’s designs for Titanic won the Off-West End Award for Best Designer, alongside nominations for the Broadway World Award for Best Set & Costume Design and the Canadian Dora Award for Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design. Theatre includes: The Da Vinci Code, Dial M For Murder, Titanic, Of Mice And Men, Wait Until Dark (UK tours); Viral (Original Theatre Company online); The Hound Of The Baskervilles (Bolton Octagon & UK tour); Rent (Hope Mill Theatre); Apollo 13; Birdsong Online (Original Theatre Company); Curtains (Wyndham’s Theatre & UK tour); Nativity! (Hammersmith Apollo & UK tour); Peter And The Starcatcher (Royal & Derngate, Northampton); Gaslight; Strangers on a Train (ATG UK tours); Billy Liar (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The Wasp (Hampstead Theatre & Trafalgar Studios); The Night Watch (York Theatre Royal & UK tour); Abigail’s Party; Bugsy Malone (Curve, Leicester); Night Must Fall (Salisbury Playhouse & UK tour); Tell Me On A Sunday, A Little Night Music (Watermill Theatre); The Importance Of Being Earnest (Bolton Octagon); The Smallest Show On Earth (Mercury Theatre, Colchester & UK tour); Lizzie Siddal (Arcola); Dinner With Friends (Park Theatre); Newsies (ArtsEd). International theatre includes: Titanic (Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto, European & China tour); Gaslight (Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto); Cornelius, Café Society Swing (59E59 New York); The Truth (Zorlu Centre, Instanbul); Disgraced, The Hound Of The Baskervilles (English Theatre, Frankfurt).


Lighting Designer
Theatre includes: & Juliet (West End, Broadway, Toronto & Australia – nominated, Olivier Award, winner, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Lighting Design); 9 to 5: The Musical (West End, UK tour & Australian tour); A Chorus Line (Curve, Leicester); Orlando, Romeo And Juliet (Garrick Theatre); What’s New Pussycat (Birmingham Rep); Strictly Ballroom (Piccadilly Theatre); Guys And Dolls, Kiss Me Kate (Sheffield Crucible); Gaslight, Steel Magnolias, Strangers On A Train (UK tour); Rent (Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester); Titanic The Musical (UK & international tour); 101 Dalmatians, The Little Shop Of Horrors, On The Town (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 The Musical (Ambassadors Theatre, Menier Chocolate Factory & Curve, Leicester); Blackmail (Mercury Theatre, Colchester); In The Heights (Kings Cross Theatre); Peter And The Starcatcher (Royal and Derngate Theatre, Northampton); The Rivals (Bristol Old Vic, Liverpool Playhouse & Glasgow Citizens co-production); The Last Five Years directed by Jason Robert Brown (The Other Palace); Queens Of Syria (Young Vic). Opera and Dance includes: Ariadne Auf Naxos (Opera Bologna); Rigoletto, Street Scene (Opera North); Written On Skin (Opera Philadelphia); The Barber Of Seville, Mansfield Park (Grange Festival); The Bartered Bride, Fantasio, Vert-Vert, Fidelio (Garsington Opera); Die Fledermaus, Lakme, La Bohème (Opera Holland Park); The Monstrous Child, Alice's Adventures In Wonderland (Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House). International theatre include: Jersey Boys (Dubai Opera House & international tour); Gaslight (Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto); Titanic The Musical (Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto); a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom Of The Opera (Athens, Oslo & Bucharest); Death And The Maiden, Educating Rita (English Theatre, Frankfurt); La Cage Aux Folles (Aarhus Theatre, Denmark); Cornelius (59E59, New York).


Sound Designer
Andrew has spent the last twenty-two years working in sound and the last nineteen years working in professional theatre as Production Sound Engineer, Operator, Assistant Sound Designer, Associate Sound Designer and Sound Designer. Andrew won the Broadway World Fans Choice Award for Best Sound Design for The Play That Goes Wrong on Broadway and has also been shortlisted for Best Sound Design for Grand Hotel, Mack & Mabel and Titanic in the UK. Recent theatre includes: Mandela, Best Of Enemies (Young Vic Live Broadcast Audio); Claus The Musical (The Lowry); A Sherlock Carol (Marylebone Theatre); Gypsy (Buxton Opera Festival); The Lion, Preludes, Allegro, Grey Gardens, Grand Hotel, Dogfight, The A- Z Of Mrs P, Victor/Victoria, Mack & Mabel, Company (Southwark Playhouse); The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, Henrietta, Billy The Kid (NYMT 2021); Harry Potter Forbidden Forest Experience (UK, Belgium, New York & Virginia-US); Little Voice (UK tour 2022); Ride, Zorro, Broken Wings, Vanya Sonya Masha And Spike, Soho Cinders, Amour, Violet, Mythic, It Happened In Key West, Harold And Maude, The Woman In White, The Knowledge, The Braille Legacy, Death Takes A Holiday, Christina Bianco - Oh Come All Ye Divas!, Ragtime (Charing Cross Theatre); Titanic (international, UK & Ireland tours, Charing Cross Theatre & Southwark Playhouse); Legally Blonde, Ghost, The Wedding Singer, Secret Garden, Spring Awakening, Merrily We Roll Along, Bad Girls (Urdang Academy); Mamma Mia!, We Will Rock You (Romania tours); Mischief Move Night, Mischief Magic (UK tours 2018); Les Misérables In Concert (Beau Sejour, Guernsey); Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert (ArtsEd); The Grift (Town Hall Hotel, Bethnal Green); The Toxic Avenger (Southwark Playhouse, Edinburgh Festival & Arts Theatre); Brexit The Musical (London & Edinburgh Festival); Tommy (UK tour/Ramps On The Moon Project 2018); The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess, UK tour, Lyceum, Broadway & US tour); The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); Lee Mead - Some Enchanted Evening (UK tour 2016); The Secret Garden (New Ambassadors/British Theatre Academy); An Inspector Calls (UK tour 2016); The Witches (Curve, Leicester & UK tour 2016); The Smallest Show On Earth (Mercury, Colchester & UK tour); West End Men (UK tour 2015, Vaudeville Theatre, UK tour 2012 & Singapore); Bruce Forsyth Entertains (London Palladium 2015 & UK tour 2014); Rent (UK concert tour 2013/2014); Hormonal Housewives (UK tour 2013); The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice (UK tour 2012 & 2013).


Musical Staging
Theatre as Director or Director/Choreographer includes: The Baker’s Wife (Playground Theatre); Jewish Hollywood (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); The Wild Party, Assassins, Bad Girls (GSA); Avenue Q (UK tour); The Wizard of Oz (Blackpool Winter Gardens); Seussical (MTA); The Pajama Game (Mountview); Posh (Pleasance Theatre); Eurobeat, Betwixt (Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Spear (Courtyard Theatre, Hereford); The Lost Christmas (Trafalgar Studios); Marry Me a Little (Etcetera Theatre). Theatre as Choreographer includes: From Here to Eternity, Violet, The Woman in White (Charing Cross Theatre); Zorro (Charing Cross Theatre and Hope Mill Theatre); Cinderella (Hall for Cornwall); Hair (Playhouse Theatre); Pippi Longstocking (Royal & Derngate); The Season (Royal & Derngate and New Wolsey Theatre); Titanic the Musical (UK, Europe and international tours, Charing Cross Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto and Southwark Playhouse); The Turn of the Screw, Spring Awakening (UK tours); SIX (Arts Theatre); Jersey Boys (international tour); The Owl and the Pussycat (Coventry Belgrade Theatre); Promises, Promises (Southwark Playhouse); The Star (Liverpool Playhouse); Sweeney Todd (Mercury Theatre and Derby Theatre); Laila the Musical, Britain’s Got Bhangra (Watford Palace Theatre and UK tours); Beyond the Fence, Seussical (Arts Theatre); Rumpelstiltskin (The Egg, Royal Theatre Bath and MAC, Belfast); The Jungle Book (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow); Sweeney Todd, Cats (Centrepoint Theatre, Dubai); Burlesque (Jermyn Street Theatre); The Hired Man (Landor Theatre); As You Like It, Merlin and the Woods of Time (Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre); Wind in the Willows (Derby Theatre); Departure Lounge (Waterloo East Theatre). Awards:Off West End Award for Best Choreography and WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West Production for Titanic the Musical (Southwark Playhouse). Television and film includes: J (short lm).


Musical Director
Musical Director credits include: Anything Goes (Barbican & UK tour); City Of Angels (Garrick Theatre); & Juliet (Manchester Opera House); West Side Story, Guys & Dolls, Sweet Charity (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The Band (UK tour); Three Phantoms (Parisian Theatre); The Wicker Husband (workshop); the world première of Travels With My Aunt (Chichester Festival Theatre); the world première of The Smallest Show On Earth (Mercury Theatre, Colchester & UK tour); Titanic (Princess of Wales, Toronto & Southwark Playhouse); The Roles I’ll Never Play (St. James Theatre); Mack And Mabel (Southwark Playhouse); Cinderella (Qdos, Cliffs Pavilion). Musical Supervisor credits include: Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre, UK and international tours). Musical Supervisor & Orchestrator credits include: Ragtime (Charing Cross Theatre). Assistant Musical Director credits include: & Juliet (Manchester); City of Angels (Donmar Warehouse); The Pajama Game (Shaftesbury Theatre). Keyboard and other credits include: Cats (The Movie); Stephen Ward (Aldwych Theatre); Composer: Multistory (RSC Workshop); Rehearsal Pianist: tick,tick…Boom! (Duchess Theatre).


New Musical Arrangements
Ian is currently the music director of Hamilton on Broadway. His arrangements and orchestrations of Titanic and Disney's Moana Jr. have been performed in productions all over the world. As conductor/pianist, other Broadway theatre includes: Freestyle Love Supreme; The Book Of Mormon; Kinky Boots; Chaplin; Rocky; Side Show. New York theatre includes: Chess; Titanic reunion concert (Lincoln Center); The Eyes Of The World: From D-Day to VE Day; A New Brain. Cast albums include: The Christmas Schooner; A New Brain; The Theory Of Relativity. Television and Film includes: Fosse/Verdon; Peter Pan Live; The Sound of Music Live. Ian is a proud graduate of Northwestern University, where he studied music education and percussion performance. He also holds a master’s degree in jazz piano from New York University.


Musical Director
Ben is Creative Director for SingEasy West End. He is Musical Director for numerous leading names in the theatre world including John Patridge, Divina De Campo, Jenna Russell, Steph Parry, Tori Scott, Velma Celli and Kitt Ramsay. As Musical Supervisor: AIDA. As Musical Director: Steve (Seven Dials Playhouse): As Music Assistant: The Pirate Queen (Coliseum). Ben is a piano vocalist at SingEasy West End, Piano Works, Soho House and Century and MDs and teaches at several drama schools, including Urdang Academy, Associated Studios and IAB.


Associate Director
Max was Resident Director at the National Theatre Studio throughout 2022. He was Resident Assistant Director at Chichester Festival Theatre for Festival 2018 where he assisted Tinuke Craig, Dale Rooks and Daniel Evans. He was previously based at the Nuffield, Southampton. Director credits include: Mother Of Him (Park Theatre 200); Ripped (Underbelly, Edinburgh); Angry (Southwark Playhouse); Foreign Goods 2, Broken Gargoyles (Theatre 503); Consensual, The Odyssey, Girls Like That, Henry IV, His Dark Materials, The Laramie Project Circle, The Wardrobe, Feathers In The Snow, Great Expectations, The Three Musketeers, Cymbeline (Nuffield Theatre); Someone To Blame (King’s Head Theatre & Nuffield Theatre); Jimmy Jimmy (Omnibus Clapham); The Best Christmas Present (The Playing Field); The Voyage Of Lost Dreams (SS Shieldhall). Associate Director credits include: Fisherman’s Friend The Musical, The Osmonds The Musical, Cargo (UK tours); We Are Here (National Theatre). Assistant Director credits include: Fisherman’s Friends The Musical (Hall For Cornwall), Me & My Girl, random/generations, The Midnight Gang (Chichester Festival Theatre); Cargo (Arcola Theatre); The Nutcracker (Nuffield Theatre).


Producer/General Manager/Casting Director
Danielle is a freelance producer and casting director. She won Best Producer at the Off West End Awards 2012, was nominated Producer of the Year at the Stage Awards 2015 and was listed as one of the top ten producers of Musical Theatre in 2016 in The Stage. She is co-founder of the Menier Chocolate Factory. Theatre includes: Benjamin Scheuer’s The Lion (Southwark Playhouse & Arizona Theatre Company); West Side Story, Chicago, Evita, Grease (Ljubljana Festival, Slovenia); the UK première of Dave Malloy’s Preludes (live-stream & Southwark Playhouse – nominated, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production 2020); Titanic The Musical (UK & international tours); the UK professional première of Michel Legrand’s Amour (Charing Cross Theatre – winner, Off West End Award for Best New Musical 2020); Vincent River, Le Grand Mort, Songs And Solidarity – A Concert For Those Affected By The Grenfell Tower Fire (Trafalgar Studios); The Grift (Town Hall Hotel, Bethnal Green); the world première of The Elf Who Was Scared Of Christmas, the UK première of Death Takes A Holiday (Charing Cross Theatre); The Woods by David Mamet, Mother Courage And Her Children, Rodger’s & Hammerstein’s Allegro, Gods And Monsters, Three Sisters, Victor/Victoria, Company (Southwark Playhouse); The Color Purple In Concert, Grateful (Cadogan Hall); Ragtime (Charing Cross Theatre – winner, Off West End Award for Best Musical Revival 2017; nominated, WhatsOnStage Awards for Best Musical Revival and Best Off West End Production); Grey Gardens (Southwark Playhouse – winner, Off West End Award for Best New Musical 2017; nominated, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production); Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre – winner, West End Wilma Award for Best Off West End Production 2016); Pure Imagination (St James Theatre); Grand Hotel (Southwark Playhouse – winner, Broadway World Award for Best Musical Revival 2015; nominated, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production and 6 Off West End Awards including Best Musical Production); The Grand Tour (Finborough Theatre); Man To Man (Park Theatre); My Lifelong Love - An Evening With Georgia Stitt And Friends (Garrick Theatre); Frances Ruffelle - Paris Original (St James Studio); Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse - shortlisted, Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2014); Titanic (Southwark Playhouse - longlisted, Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2013; winner, Broadway World UK Award for Best Fringe/Regional Musical, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production and 4 Off West End Awards including Best Musical Production); Taboo (Brixton Club House - winner, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production 2013); Mack & Mabel (Southwark Playhouse - longlisted, Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2012; nominated for 13 Broadway World UK Awards and 6 Off West End Awards); The Pitchfork Disney (Arcola Theatre); Burlesque (Jermyn Street Theatre - winner, Off West End Award for Best New Musical 2012); Noël And Gertie (Cockpit Theatre); Parade (Southwark Playhouse - longlisted, Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Musical 2011; nominated, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Musical Revival 2012, Off West End Award for Best Musical Production); Spring Awakening (Rose Theatre, Kingston); Drowning On Dry Land (Jermyn Street Theatre); Legacy Falls (New Players Theatre); Frances Ruffelle: Beneath The Dress (Madame JoJo’s, Edinburgh Festival, Wroclaw Stage Song Review, Poland, Menier Chocolate Factory & Crazy Coqs); Happy Savages (Edinburgh Festival). As Associate Producer: Smokey Joe’s Café (Landor Theatre); Kurt And Sid (Trafalgar Studios – nominated, WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production 2009); Side By Side By Sondheim (The Venue); Tamburlaine The Great (Rose Theatre, Bankside). Alongside her work as a producer and casting director, Danielle also regularly runs Acting Through Song, Repertoire and Audition Technique masterclasses and teaches and directs at several drama schools including ArtsEd, Mountview, Associated Studios, Drama Studio and LAMDA. Danielle is proud to be a trustee of the National Youth Music Theatre (vice chair) and Mercury Musical Developments.


Co-General Management
Founded by Bob Benton in 2010, Anthology Theatre commissioned, developed, and invested in theatre, before relaunching in 2020 as a full-scale production company, producing its own work under Executive Producer Lil Lambley. Current and future productions include: the New York transfer of The Doctor (Park Avenue Armory); the West End transfer of Bleak Expectations (Criterion Theatre); the international production Mother Of The Bride. Recent highlights include: The Collaboration (Manhattan Theatre Club &Young Vic); the 60th Anniversary production of Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days directed by Trevor Nunn (Riverside Studios); the critically-acclaimed adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s The Mozart Question (Barn Theatre, Cirencester); The Two Popes (Royal & Derngate & UK tour); The Wipers Times (UK tours & Arts Theatre). As Executive Producer and General Manager: Kan Yama Kan (International tour); as General Manager: CAGES (Riverside Studios). Lil Lambley – Executive Producer, Matt Cullum – General Manager, Caitlin Ferrara – Associate Producer, Dom Hodson – Head of Development, Sarah Murray – Senior Production Coordinator, Martina Iuculano – PA to the Executive Producer, Praise Okeowo – Production Assistant, Gift Onomor – Production Assistant, Bob Benton – Chair


Photo Credit: Pamela Raith
Photo Credit: Pamela Raith

Exclusive: Watch 'Barrett's Song' from TITANIC THE MUSICAL

Titanic is sailing to a big screen near you! As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Fathom Events and BY Experience will present the multi-Tony Award-winning production Titanic the Musical to more than 700 movie theaters nationwide for the first time on November 4 and 8. This production -- captured live on stage in the UK for cinema screenings -- celebrates the 26th anniversary of the Broadway production and the 10th anniversary of the show’s London premiere.  

Titanic the Musical features music and lyrics by Maury Yeston (Nine, Grand Hotel) with story a book by Peter Stone (Woman of the Year, 1776). The pair have collectively won an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, an Olivier Award, and three Tony Awards. The original Broadway production of Titanic the Musical opened in 1997 and won five Tonys, including Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book.

The RMS Titanic, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, collided with an iceberg and 'the unsinkable ship' slowly sank. It was one of the most tragic disasters of the 20th Century where 1522 men, women and children lost their lives.

While we await Titanic's arrival on the big screen, check out an exclusive clip of "Barrett's Song", performed by Adam Filipe!

About BY Experience

Since its formation in 2003, BY Experience has distributed hundreds of unique events to cinema audiences globally, including as the Worldwide Distribution Representative of The Met: Live in HD (from 2005 to the present) and International Distributor of National Theatre Live (ex-UK and China, from 2009 to the present). The New York-based, independently owned and operated firm, offers cultural, entertainment, educational and inspirational events to over 3,000 cinemas and performing arts centers in 75+ countries. Millions of tickets have been sold to date.

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