Titus Burgess and Adam Lambert to star in TikTok Ratatouille musical

The TikTok Ratatouille Musical is set to bring all the joy this New Year. With Titus Burgess, Adam Lambert, Kevin Chamberlin, and Wayne Brady joining the cast. On January 1, 2021, the musical adaptation of the cartoon will be broadcasted online. This calls for a lot of excitement and expectations. The one-time performance will be benefitting the Actors Fund. Based on the 2007 Disney Pixar movie Ratatouille, the musical came together on TikTok, with creators composing songs based on the original film. Disney has apparently given their blessings for the project. Although not directly involved with the development of the show.

TikTok Ratatouille Musical

Titus Burgess will be playing Remy, a young rat with big dreams of becoming a great chef. Wayne Brody will be taking the role of the uncompromising father of the budding chef, Django. Furthermore, Adam Lambert will fill in the shoes of the gourmand Emile.

Andre De Shields and Kevin Chamberlin will also be joining the cast. They will be playing the role of the dreaded food critic Anton Ego and chef Auguste Gusteau, respectively. Ashley Park will be playing Colette Tatou. While Andrew Barth Feldman will be playing Alfredo Linguini, a young garbage boy who agrees to help Remy realize his dream. Priscilla Lopez will be bringing to life Mabel, an elderly woman who tries to kill the hero of “Ratatouille” when she catches him stewing a dish in her kitchen. Her character will be playing a much more important role in the show as opposed to the character in the animated film.

TikTok Ratatouille Musical

The idea for “Ratatouille” came from a community of creators, singers, dancers, and graphic designers. They came together on TikTok during the lockdown to create a musical based on the Disney cartoon. The TikTok Ratatouille Musical is set to impress the audience with big Broadway talents on board for the performance. So gear up for what is expected to be the best musical of the year.

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