Come aboard the ship of dreams in this Tony Award®-winning Best Musical—a heart-stopping and riveting ride through the final moments of Titanic’s fateful journey.
In this stunning, 360-degree production, Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer plunges you into the middle of the glamour, chaos, heroism and, ultimately, in the spirit of the most infamous ship of all time. With a lush, unforgettable score and a cast, orchestra and crew of more than 50 artists, Titanic will be the theatrical event of the season!
Plan to Arrive Early: Due to the unique immersive staging of the show, for actor and patron safety, late seating and reseating will be extremely limited – wait times to enter the Theatre could be up to 25 minutes if you are late or leave the performance. Please arrive promptly for boarding. Once Titanic sets sail it’s anchors away!
Running time is approximately two hours and twenty minutes, with one fifteen-minute intermission.
Titanic contains live gunshots, theatrical smoke and haze.
Sponsored by HRH Foundation and Michelle S. Lee of STG International with special effects sponsored by Mike Blank.
The Signature Orchestra is sponsored by the Meredith Foundation.
“The tension and pathos of Titanic the musical resound more potently in the intimate environment Schaeffer masterminds than perhaps ever before. This is one of the most sophisticatedly conceived and shepherded productions of this director’s career, and just the sort of boldly outsize project that this company should be undertaking.”
“A legendary production.”
“Epic refined splendor.”
“An incredibly moving, intimate production brought to life by a fantastic cast.”
Jim Farrell, Stoker, 1st Class Passenger
Caroline Neville, Stewardess, 1st Class Passenger
Bell Boy, 3rd Class Passenger
Charles Lightoller, 3rd class passenger
Kate Murphey, Stewardess, 1st Class Passenger
Kate Mullins, Stewardess, 1st Class Passenger
Ida Straus, 3rd Class Passenger
Harold Bride, Joseph Bell, Hartley
Frederick Barrett, 1st class passenger, 3rd class passenger
Kate McGowan, 1st class passenger
Henry Etches, Pitman
Tracy Lynn Olivera
Alice Beane, 3rd class passenger
J. Bruce Ismay
Charles Clarke, 1st class passenger
Stephen Gregory Smith
Frederick Fleet, Frank Carlson, Stoker
Edgar Beane, Boxhall, 3rd class passenger
John Leslie Wolfe
Isidor Straus, Hitchens, 3rd class passenger
Story and Book by
Music and Lyrics by
Music Direction by
Scenic Design by
Paul Tate DePoo III
Costume Design by
Lighting Design by
Sound Design by
Wig Design by
Production Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Kristen Mary Harris
Head to Ali’s Bar in The Mead Lobby on the 2nd floor to enjoy a Titanic inspired menu, including salmon beurre blanc, ratatouille, and punch romaine – a special drink served on the ship. For the full menu, click here.
Don’t Wait in Line. Pre-Order Intermission Food and Drinks!
Grab an order form at the bar and pre-order food and drinks for intermission. A favorite treat you’ll want to make sure you add—our warm housemade cookies.