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International News Titanic Musical Concerts, Starring Anthony Warlow, Begin November 4 in Australia

Four performances of the Tony-winning musical are being presented at the Melbourne Town Hall.

Anthony Warlow

Four concert performances of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's Tony-winning musical Titanic are presented at the Melbourne Town Hall in Melbourne, Australia, November 4-6.

Anthony Warlow, who made his Broadway debut in the most recent revival of Annie and subsequently joined the cast of Finding Neverland, is Captain E.J Smith with Juan Jackson as ship designer and builder Thomas Andrews and Kane Alexander as owner of the ship J. Bruce Ismay.

The company also includes Johanna Allen, Shannon Cheong, Martin Croft, Marissa Economo, Amy Fortnum, Natalie Gamsu, Madison Green, Jonathan Hickey, Martin Lane, James MacAlpine, Ava Madon, Alessandra Merlo, John O’Hara, Lisa-Marie Parker, Shanul Sharma, Samuel Skuthorp, Glaston Toft, Daisy Valerio, Samuel Ward, and Callum Warrender.

The actors are backed by a 26-piece orchestra featuring e Susan Batten, Ian Bell, Luke Carbon, Florence Cappler – Shillington, John Clark, Greg Clarkson, Karen Columbine, Kieran Conrau, Lachlan Davidson, Callum G’Froerer, Tony Hicks, Lauren Jennings, Edwina Kayser, Matt Laing, Samuel Loomes, David Piper, Katie Pryce, Ariel Postmus, Lynette Rayner, Tristan Rebien, Lisa Reynolds, Phoebe Smithies, Ben Spiers, Jo To, Lara Wilson, and Paul Zabrowarny.

Titanic the Musical: In Concert is directed by Theresa Borg with musical direction by Stephen Gray, choreography by Katie Ditchburn, and lighting design by Jason Bovaird.

Titanic won five 1997 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

Titanic the Musical: In Concert is produced in Melbourne by The Marrollo Project.

For ticket information click here.

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