• Titanic performances will be April 13-29, 2018 on the weekends. 
  • Each cast member will be paid a $200 stipend and is required to attend all tech/dress rehearsals (April 8-12, 2018), as well as every performance and strike.
  • Regular rehearsals will begin in January and will be scheduled on Sunday evenings, Tuesday evenings, and some Wednesday evenings. There will likely be a read-through scheduled before the holidays to kick things off.
  • Auditions will take place on December 5 & 6, 2017 with Callbacks by invitation only on December 7, 2017.
  • Fill out and submit the above Audition Form and then sign up for an audition time slot via our Sign Up Genius. Please let us know on the form if you can do any accents or play musical instruments (not required but a great benefit)!
  • For Auditions, please prepare 32 measures each of 2 Broadway songs (a ballad and an uptempo). One song needs to be from the show, and the other needs to NOT be from the show. Bring sheet music in a binder clearly marked with the cuts for our accompanist. You will be portraying real passengers who boarded and sailed on the Titanic. The director will be looking for honesty and vulnerability in your emotions both when you are speaking and singing! Pick songs that you feel really show us your emotional range. Also, we would love for you to introduce your song selections to us in an accent, as the show entails British, Irish, German, and Scottish (YouTube is a great resource for accent-training-videos), but don't let that stop you as there are American-accent roles, too. You may be asked to do a cold reading on the spot. Callbacks will entail a dance audition, singing selections from the show, and script readings. Materials for callbacks will be provided by the Production Staff.
  • We are seeking to fill the following roles:


Thomas Andrews — the ship’s designer and builder, late 30’s
J. Bruce Ismay — the ship’s owner, late 40’s, fastidiously dressed, dark hair and moustache
E.J. Smith — captain of the Titanic, grey-bearded
Murdoch — first officer; doubles as 2nd-Class Passenger, a Scotsman, 39
Harold Bride — radioman
Frederick Barrett — stoker, 24
Frederick Fleet — lookout; doubles as 1st-Class Passenger & 2nd-Class Passenger
Henry Etches — senior 1st-Class Steward; doubles as 3rd-Class Steward; 50
Joseph Bell — chief engineer, doubles as bandmaster Wallace Hartley & 3rd-Class Passenger
Isidor Straus — 1st-Class Passenger; doubles as 3rd-Class Passenger; late 60’s
Ida Straus — Mrs. Isidor Straus; doubles as 3rd-Class Passenger
Alice Beane — 2nd-Class passenger
Kate McGowan — a young Irish girl

Officers & Crew

Lightoller — second officer; doubles as 2nd-Class Passenger, 38
Pitman — third officer; doubles as The Major & Fourth Man; 32
Boxhall — fourth officer; doubles as Taylor, Rogers & 3rd-Class Passenger; 28
Hitchens — quartermaster; doubles as Bricoux & 3rd-Class Passenger, a Cornishman, 23
Bellboy — doubles as 3rd-Class Passenger

First-Class Passengers

(all double as 3rd-Class Passengers)

John Jacob Astor, 47
Madeleine Astor, 19 — the very young Mrs. Astor
Benjamin Guggenheim — an American millionaire
Mme. Aubert — Guggenheim’s French mistress
John B. Thayer
Marion Thayer — John’s wife
Jack Thayer — their nine-year-old son
George Widener — doubles as Carlson
Eleanor Widener — George’s wife
Charlotte Cardoza, a handsome woman in her 40’s
Edith Corse Evans — doubles as 2nd-Class Passenger
J.H. Rogers — doubles as Boxhall, a bespectacled American in his 40’s
The Major — doubles as Pitman

Second-Class Passengers

Alice Beane – middle-aged, American with middle-west accent
Edgar Beane — husband of Alice
Charles Clark — young, British and middle-class
Caroline Neville — young, British and aristocratic

Third-Class Passengers

(all double as 1st-Class Passengers)

Jim Farrell, a handsome Irishman
The Three Kates – young Irish girls
Kate McGowan
Kate Mullins
Kate Murphey


Frank Carlson — an American on shore; doubles as Widener
Andrew Latimer — steward in First Class
Stewardess Robinson
Stewardess Hutchinson
The DaMicos — professional dancers
Wallace Hartley – bandmaster (doubles as Bell)
Taylor — bandsman; doubles as Boxhall
Bricoux — bandsman; doubles as Hitchens
Stewards — for all three Classes
Additional 1st-Class Passengers [Fleet, Farrell, McGowan, Mullins and Murphey]
Additional 2nd-Class Passengers [Murdoch, Lightoller, Fleet and Edith
First Man — from 3rd Class; doubles as Thayer
Second Man — from 3rd Class; doubles as Widener
Third Man — from 3rd Class; doubles as Guggenheim
Fourth Man — from 3rd Class; doubles as Pitman
German Man — from 3rd Class; doubles as Isidor
Italian Couple — from 3rd Class; double as Mr. & Mrs. Astor
Additional 3rd-Class Passengers [Boxhall, Hitchens, Bell, Bellboy, Ida, Aubert, Marion, Jack, Eleanor, Cardoza and Edith]

The original Broadway production had a cast of 37 performers, including chorus. Doubling was employed in almost all parts, and we will seek to do the same.