30 Years of Encores!

Titanic

Dates

Jun 11 – 23, 2024

Times

WEEK ONE | Jun 11 – 16, 2024
Tues – Fri 7:30pm
Sat 2 & 8pm | Sun 2pm

WEEK TWO | Jun 18 – 23, 2024
Tue – Fri 7:30pm
Sat 2 & 8pm | Sun 2 & 7pm

Accessible Program PDF

To download a program accessible for screen readers, click here.

Price

Tickets from $45 (fees included)

Run Time

Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes with one intermission

Community Night

Fri Jun 14 at 6:30PM
Come early for a free pre-show gathering in the Grand Tier Lobby. Join moderator Nicole Johnson (Harriet Tubman Effect) as she explores the social divides and class systems from the early 1900s impacting New Yorkers today with Talib Hudson (The New Hood) and Dialika Sall (Lehman College). Admission will be done on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited.

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Thu Jun 20 at 7:30PM
Theatergoers who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing may reserve seating in view of ASL interpreters who will stand at the side of the house and provide translation. To access those seats, click here.

Free Childcare Available

Sat Jun 22 at 2pm
In partnership with the Parent Artist Advocacy League for Arts + Media (PAAL) and Broadway Babysitters, City Center is pleased to offer ticketholders FREE onsite childcare. Space is limited, and all children must be pre-registered before the performance. Request a spot for free childcare here. This opportunity is only available to ticketholders on June 22. You must have both a ticket and a childcare spot confirmation form from Broadway Babysitters to access free childcare.

Group Sales

Special Pricing for Groups
To book a group of 10 or more tickets, visit Broadway Plus, call 646.838.0749, or email concierge@broadwayplus.com.

About

POV NYT Power of Music

A tribute to the power of music to address the largest and gravest human emotions.

POV The Stage

A modern musical theatre masterpiece.

The Stage

Directed by Anne Kauffman (The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window) and featuring Tony winner Chuck Cooper (Trouble in Mind), Eddie Cooper (Parade), Andrew Durand (Shucked), Drew Gehling (Waitress), Ramin Karimloo (Funny Girl), Judy Kuhn (Fun Home), Jose Llana (Here Lies Love), Tony winner Bonnie Milligan (Kimberly Akimbo),  Tony winner Brandon Uranowitz (Leopoldstadt), and Chip Zien (Harmony), Titanic is an epic musical theater event. This nearly sung-through show from creators Maury Yeston (Grand Hotel) and Peter Stone (1776) remains a musical theater revelation, painting a heartrending portrait of the individuals whose dreams of America were dashed in the Atlantic.

Operatic in its style, historical inspiration, and ambition, Titanic may have seemed unlikely material for musical drama when Yeston and Stone began work. But by the time the show premiered on Broadway in 1997, cultural fascination with the “ship of dreams” had reached a fever pitch, and Titanic received critical and audience acclaim, as well as five Tony Awards including Best Musical. Pared down to its essence and highlighting the majestic score, our Encores! production meditates on the nature of ambition and the human scale of this epic tragedy, focusing on the class divides both illuminated and transcended by the ship’s inexorable sinking.

Additional casting to be announced.

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Learn More

Casting and programming subject to change.

Dates

Jun 11 – 23, 2024

Times

WEEK ONE | Jun 11 – 16, 2024
Tues – Fri 7:30pm
Sat 2 & 8pm | Sun 2pm

WEEK TWO | Jun 18 – 23, 2024
Tue – Fri 7:30pm
Sat 2 & 8pm | Sun 2 & 7pm

Accessible Program PDF

To download a program accessible for screen readers, click here.

Price

Tickets from $45 (fees included)

Run Time

Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes with one intermission

Community Night

Fri Jun 14 at 6:30PM
Come early for a free pre-show gathering in the Grand Tier Lobby. Join moderator Nicole Johnson (Harriet Tubman Effect) as she explores the social divides and class systems from the early 1900s impacting New Yorkers today with Talib Hudson (The New Hood) and Dialika Sall (Lehman College). Admission will be done on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited.

ASL Interpretation AvailabLe asl-logo-01.svg

Thu Jun 20 at 7:30PM
Theatergoers who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing may reserve seating in view of ASL interpreters who will stand at the side of the house and provide translation. To access those seats, click here.

Free Childcare Available

Sat Jun 22 at 2pm
In partnership with the Parent Artist Advocacy League for Arts + Media (PAAL) and Broadway Babysitters, City Center is pleased to offer ticketholders FREE onsite childcare. Space is limited, and all children must be pre-registered before the performance. Request a spot for free childcare here. This opportunity is only available to ticketholders on June 22. You must have both a ticket and a childcare spot confirmation form from Broadway Babysitters to access free childcare.

Group Sales

Special Pricing for Groups
To book a group of 10 or more tickets, visit Broadway Plus, call 646.838.0749, or email concierge@broadwayplus.com.

Dates & Tickets

Interview with Anne Kauffman

Director Anne Kauffman on Titanic

“It's a story of greed, ingenuity, hope, technological advancements, invention, the Icarus spirit of it all”

— Anne Kauffman

Read the interview

Artists

Cast & Credits

Encores!

Titanic is part of the 30th Encores! series, helmed by Artistic Director Lear deBessonet, Producing Creative Director Clint Ramos, Music Director Mary-Mitchell Campbell, and VP & Producer of Musical Theater Jenny Gersten.

This series of concert stagings revisits the archives of American musical theater. Centered around The Encores! Orchestra, these revivals are produced with limited runs and rehearsal schedules, spotlighting the vocal talents of star-studded ensembles.

Sponsors

For 30 years, musical theater lovers like you have come together in our Encores! audience through a shared love of song and dance. Your gift helps keep extraordinary musicals alive for a new generation of audiences.

June 13 – June 23, 2024

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