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Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical cast revealed for online charity concert stream

Ratatouille The TikTok Musical cast

Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical will stream an online concert with an all star cast.

An (unofficial) musical adaptation of Ratatouille was brought to life on TikTok over the summer and will now be staged as a special concert to benefit The Actors Fund.

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Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical will star Wayne Brady (Django), Tituss Burgess (Remy), Kevin Chamberlin (Gusteau), André De Shields (Ego), Andrew Barth Feldman (Linguini), Adam Lambert (Emile), Priscilla Lopez (Mabel), Ashley Park (Colette), Owen Tabaka (Young Ego) and Mary Testa (Skinner).

Joining the show as the ensemble are Cori Jaskier, Talia Suskauer, Nikisha Williams, JJ Niemann, John Michael Lyles, Raymond J. Lee, and Joy Woods.

Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical will stream from 1 January 2021 at 7PM EST - midnight UK time - for 72 hours with tickets available online here. The stream is available for UK audiences.

SIX The Musical's Lucy Moss is directing with the production adapted by Michael Breslin & Patrick Foley with choreography by Ellenore Scott.

The piece features music from Danny Bernstein, Gabbi Bolt, Kevin Chamberlin, RJ Christian, Nathan Fosbinder, Emily Jacobsen, Sophia James, Katie Johantgen, Daniel Mertzlufft, Alec Powell, and Blake Rouse.

The full creative team also includes Daniel Mertzlufft (Music Supervisor, Arranger, Original Music & Lyrics), Macy Schmidt (Orchestrator & Music Coordinator), David Bengali (Video Design and Production), Chris Routh (Set Design), Emily Marshall (Music Director & Coordinator), Jeffrey Gugliotti (Associate Choreographer), Tilly Grimes (Costume Consultant), Jessie Rosso and Geoffrey Ko (Music Copying), Kate Leonard (Additional Lyrics), Michael J. Mortiz, Jr. (Audio Producer, Mixer, Master), Angie Teo (Audio Mixer), Cody Renard Richard (Stage Manager), Amy Jo Jackson (Dialect Coach), and Taylor Williams, CSA (Casting).

Jeremy O. Harris, Michael Breslin, and Patrick Foley will serve as executive producers.

The music will be performed with the 20-piece Broadway Sinfonietta orchestra.

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