TikTok’s “Ratatouille” musical event declared its star-studded cast for an advantage show that will include content made by and chose from TikTokers.
“Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical” – fondly nicknamed the “Ratatousical” – will start streaming on Friday for 72 hours. Tickets are sale exclusively on TodayTix.com and are $5. Continues will profit The Actors Fund, which helps entertainment industry laborers.
On Monday, jobs were declared for abilities, for example, Tituss Burgess, Adam Lambert, Wayne Brady, André De Shields and Ashley Park.
It is the result of a few personalities – numerous musical theater fans and out-of-work performers – who worked together on unique tunes, lyrics and thoughts to turn an animated, non-musical film into a two-act Broadway-style show.
The story for both film and musical centers on Remy, an ambitious rat who dreams about turning into a Parisian cook. Burgess will play Remy, Lambert plays his older brother, Emile, and Brady plays his dad. Tony Award victor De Shields plays food pundit Anton Ego, Kevin Chamberlin plays the incredible culinary expert Gusteau and Andrew Barth Feldman plays Gusteau’s “nephew” Linguini.
Other cast individuals will be Tony victor Priscilla Lopez, Tony chosen one Ashley Park, Owen Tabaka and three-time Tony candidate Mary Testa. The show will be performed with the 20-piece Broadway Sinfonietta ensemble.
The musical — in light of the 2007 Disney/Pixar film — has been permeating in the course of recent months on TikTok and a large number of that online media stage’s viral stars who added to the show are associated with the creation.
Both Emily Jacobsen, who composed the first “Remy the Ratatouille” song for TikTok, and arranger Daniel Mertzlufft, whose plan of that song helped launch the online exertion, are being given composing credit, as is Blake Rouse, who composed two of the more famous tunes on TikTok, “The Rat’s Way of Life” and “Ratatouille Tango.”
The streamed show will be created via Seaview Productions. It is adjusted by Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley, arranged by Ellenore Scott and coordinated by Lucy Moss.