GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Original "Titanic" Broadway cast member Drew McVety will set sail again in the Tony Award-winning musical, which begins performances at Westchester Broadway Theatre on Jan. 16.
The production, which is a new adaptation of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone’s musical about the doomed ocean liner, will run through Feb. 23.
Original cast member Don Stephenson, who portrayed Charles Clarke in the 1997 Broadway production of Titanic, directs the new production. that uses a cast of 20 and projections to tell the epic story. Choreography is by Liza Gennaro ("Once Upon a Mattress," "The Most Happy Fella"). Ian Weinberger serves as musical director and conductor.
McVety will play Henry Etches, Kate Walbye plays Ida Strauss, with Adam Heller as J. Bruce Ismay, Donna English as Alice Beane, Phillip Hoffman as Edgar Beane, William Parry as Captain Smith and Tony Award nominee Tom Hewitt ("The Rocky Horror Show," "Jesus Christ Superstar:) as Thomas Andrews.
Completing the cast are Will Boyajian, Jonathan Brody, Sarah Charles, Xander Chauncey, Ben Estus, Jeremy Ellison Gladstone, Elizabeth Hake, John Langley, Benjamin McHugh, Patricia Noonan, Christian Palmer, Noah Plomgren, Celeste Rose, and David Studwell.
Dinner and show prices range from $54 to $80 plus tax, depending on the performances chosen. Beverage service and gratuities are not included in the ticket price. Discounts are available for children, students, and senior citizens at selected performances.
Shows run Wednesday through Sunday.Visit the Westchester Broadway Theater website for details.