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TITANIC is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Tams-Witmark LLC.




Musical recordings provided by The MT Pit L.L.C.




Producers & Casting Directors: David & Corrin Dietlein

Director & Choreographer: Cambrian James

Music Director: Cathy Hauan

Costume Designer & Costume Shop Manager: Brielle Hawkes

Scenic Designer & Scenic Charge: McKenna Carpenter

Lighting Designer: Catherine Andrus

Props Mistress & Scenic Painter: Liz De La Torre

Performance Stage Manager: Kelly Slader

Audio Engineer: Jackson Zyontz

Hair, Wigs & Makeup Designer: Cambrian James

Dance Captain: Brie Wadsworth-Gates

Special Effect Designer & Carpenter: Wesley Welter

Welder: Paul West

Overhire Technical Director: David Walker

Carpenters: Dan Rodriguez, Jim Creaser, Kevin Penner, Brittany Arwine & Ariel Belnap

Costume Stitchers & Wardrobe: Molly Hill, Toni Smith, Shane Yearneau

Assistant Stage Managers: Abby Hawel & Kinsey Moore

Dressers: Sophia Castelluccio & ALice Johnson

Production Assistant: Jamie Fleischer

Business Manager & Hale Bookkeeper: Britney Carpenter


Thomas Andrews: Tyler Thompson

Frederick Barrett: Zac Bushman

Harold Bride: Bennett Smith

Frederick Fleet: Bennett Allen Wood

Captain E.J. Smith: Bryan Stewart

J. Bruce Ismay: Cameron Rollins

Charles Clarke: Kevin Orduño

Edgar Bean: Raymond Barcelo

Isidor Straus: Gary Pimentel

Jim Farrell: Jason Irr

Henry Etches / Pitman: Brandt Norris

Murdoch: Ryan Monaghan

Lightoller: Trevon Powell

Bellboy: Joseph Strode

Alice Beane: Ivana Martinic

Caroline Neville: Amanda Valenzuela

Kate McGowan: Brie Wadsworth-Gates

Kate Murphy: Gillian Elliott

Kate Mullins: Gracie Gamble

Ida Straus: Mary Jane McCloskey

Ensemble: Kira Galindo

Ensemble: Alixandra Giordano

Ensemble: Adam Guinn

Ensemble: Reece Harris

Ensemble: Joshua South


Alice Beane u.s. / Ida Straus u.s.: Kira Galindo

Kate Murphy u.s. / Kate Mullins u.s.: Alixandra Giordano

Kate McGowan u.s. / Caroline Neville u.s.: Gracie Gamble

Captain E.J. Smith u.s. / Isidor Straus u.s. / J. Bruce Ismay u.s.: Adam Guinn

Thomas Andrews u.s.: Cameron Rollins

Harold Bride u.s. / Frederick Barrett u.s. / Edgar Beane u.s.: Reece Harris

Frederick Fleet u.s. / Bellboy u.s. / Charles Clarke u.s.: Joshua South




In Every Age


How Did They Build Titanic?



(Barrett, Bride & Fleet)

Wolf Rock

(Murdoch, Lightloller, Hitchens & Captain)

Barrett's Song


The Glinka

(Alice, Caroline & Charles)

What a Remarkable Age This Is

(Etches & Full Company)

Cap Lights

(Captain, Murdoch & Lightoller)

To Be A Captain


Lady's Maid

(The Three Kates, Farrell & Full Company)

The Proposal / The Night Was Alive

(Barrett & Bride)

Doing the Latest Rag

(Hartley & Full Company)

I Have Danced

(Alice & Edgar)

No Moon #1

(Fleet, Farrell, McGowan, Ida, Isidor, Captain, Lightoller, Murdoch, Hitchens, Caroline & Charles)



No Moon #2

(Fleet, McGowan, Ida, Caroline, Barrett, Bride, Andrews & Full Company)



Wake Up, Wake Up!

(Etches & Full Company)

Dressed in Your Pyjamas in the Grand Salon

(Full Company)


(The Three Kates & Farrell)

The Blame

(Ismay, Andrews & Captain)

To the Lifeboats

(Full Company)

We'll Meet Tomorrow

(Barrett, Bride, Charles & Full Company)

To Be A Captain



(Ida & Isidor)

Mr. Andrews' Vision


The Foundering

(Bride & Survivors)

Finale - Reprise: In Every Age

(Full Company)

Finale - Reprise: Godspeed Titanic

(Full Compnay)





Time: Tuesday, April 9, 1912

Place: Harland & Wolff, Shipbuilders

Scene I

Time: Wednesday, April 10, 6:00AM

Place: The ocean dock, Southampton, England; the Spar Deck on R.M.S Titanic

Scene II

Time: Thursday, April 11, daytime

Place: Ship's bridge

Time: Immediately following

Place: Boiler Room #6

Scene III

Time: Later that day, before dinner

Place: "D" deck: Second-Class Promenade, outside the First-Class Dining Saloon

Time: Dinner time on Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Place: Inside the First-Class Dining Saloon

Scene IV

Time: Saturday, April 13; daytime

Place: Ship's Bridge

Scene V

Time: The same day, late afternoon

Place: "F" deck: Third-Class Dining Saloon

Scene VI

Time: Still Saturday

Place: Ship's Bridge

Scene VII

Time: Saturday, late night

Place: Radio Room

Scene VIII

Time: Sunday, April 14; morning

Place: "A" deck: First-Class Promenade

Time: Shortly thereafter

Place: Boat Deck

Time: That afternoon

Place: "A" deck: First-Class Promendade

Scene IX

Time: That evening

Place: Ship's Bridge; ship's railing of "B", "D" and "F" decks; First-Class Smoke Room; the Crow's Nest; the Foredeck

Scene X

Time: 11:40PM

Place: Lat. 41' 44'' North / Long 50' 24'' West


Scene I

Time: 11:47PM

Place: First-Class Corridor

Time: 11:53PM

Place: Second-Class Corridor

Time: 11:56PM

Place: Third-Class Corridor

Scene II

Time: Monday, 12:03AM

Place: First-Class Grand Salon

Scene III

Time: 12:10AM

Place: Third-Class Stairwell

Scene IV

Time: 12:16AM

Place: Boat Deck

Time: 12:16AM

Place: Radio Room

Scene V

Time: 1:46AM

Place: Boat Deck

Scene VI

Time: 2:01AM

Place: Four Portholes

Time: 2:10AM

Place: Boat Deck

Scene VII

Time: 2:14AM

Place: Boat Deck

Scene VIII

Time: 2:19AM

Place: Boat Deck

Scene IX

Time: 8:40AM

Place: Aboard the Carpathia

Scene X

Place: The ocean dock, Southampton

Tyler Thompson
as Thomas Andrews

Tyler is thrilled to make his HCT debut! After an extensive performing career in opera and musical theatre throughout the country, Mr. Thompson performs and music directs in the Valley with several theatres, including: SDST, VYT and AYT. Performing credits include: Falstaff, Candide, A Streetcar Named Desire, Akhnaten, Carmen, Gianni Schicchi, and a touring production of The Pirates of Penzance. Music directing credits include: The Drowsy Chaperone, Tuck Everlasting, Junie B. Jones, Something Rotten, 13, and Big Fish. Mr. Thompson serves at Christ's Community Church in Glendale and teaches voice lessons and various classes at GCU.

Zac Bushman
as Frederick Barrett

Zac is honored to be returning to the Hale stage. He has previously been seen performing around the Valley in productions including: Beauty and the Beast (Beast), Hunchback of Notre Dame (Captain Phoebus), The Music Man (Harold Hill) and Jekyll and Hyde (John Utterson). He is ecstatic to be joining such a superstar cast and tremendously grateful for the opportunity to view this story through a different lens. 

Bennett Smith
as Harold Bride

Bennett is honored to be a part of the incredible story of the Titanic. Bennett has been in many productions across the valley. His most recent credits include: A Christmas Carol (HCT), Anastasia (Dimitry, 2023 ASUGammage HSMTA Finalist), Sweeney Todd (Anthony), Legally Blonde (Emmett Forrest, 2022 ASU Gammage HSMTA Finalist) and Les Misérables (Jean Van Jean, NYA award, AriZoni Nominee). Bennett gives thanks and love to his fellow cast members, creative team and his family for being the best support he could ask for. 

Bennett Allen Wood
as Frederick Fleet

Bennett is overjoyed to be setting sail at Hale once again! This is Bennett’s fifteenth Hale production and second this year! Some other credits include: Fly More Than You Fall (World Premiere, Broadway World Winner), RENT (Angel), Into the Woods (Jack), and Nevermore (Edgar Allan Poe). Bennett would love to thank his family and friends for their endless love and support, Dave, Corrin, as well as Cambrian, Cathy, Kelly and all the rest of the cast and crew for allowing us to beautifully tell this heartbreaking piece of history. RIP to all of the passengers on Titanic’s maiden voyage. "Godspeed!" @bennettallenwood

Bryan Stewart
as Captain E.J. Smith

Bryan is thrilled to be back on the Hale stage, having last been seen in A Christmas Carol (Bob Cratchit) and The Scarlet Pimpernel (Chauvelin, AriZoni Nomination). Other credits include: The Music Man (Harold Hill), Bright Star (Mayor Josiah Dobbs), The Sound of Music (Captain von Trapp), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Clopin), Ragtime (Tateh, AriZoni Award), 1776 (Rutledge), Godspell (Jesus), Phantom (The Phantom), Oklahoma! (Curly), The Secret Garden (Archibald Craven) and Brigadoon (Tommy). Many thanks go to this talented cast and crew for their hard work in telling this beautiful and heartbreaking story. 

Cameron Rollins
as J. Bruce ismay / Thomas Andrews u.s.

Cameron is thrilled to be performing in Titanic: The Musical! He is a two time AriZoni nominated actor (The Scarlet Pimpernel and Bright Star), former United States Marine, and full time video editor, streamer, and content creator. Recently, he has been seen in: Beauty and the Beast (Gaston) and See How They Run (Lionel). He wants to thank his wife, Veronica, for her constant support and Dave and Corrin for the opportunity to tell an amazing story.

Kevin Orduño
as Charles Clarke

Making his Phoenix-area debut, Kevin is an award-winning, multicultural, multilingual, multidisciplinary, and multi-hyphenate performer with a passion for the power of story. He remains grateful to God, his family, his friends, and his loved ones for their love and support, and to the cast, crew, and faculty of HCT! Recent credits: Old Tucson’s Ballad of Bonnie Will (World Premiere - Dick Brewer, Billy u/s), Penguin Random House’s Mexikid (Sal/Adam - winner of a SOVAS VAA Award for Best Voiceover), SFCT’s Camelot (Mordred), AET’s Bandstand (Al/James Haupt), SAPAC’s Plaid Tidings (Sparky). www.kevinorduno.com

Raymond Barcelo
as Edgar Beane

Raymond is a Los Angeles native where he appeared in Les Misérables (Thenardier) and Man of La Mancha. Favorite Hale credits include: Beauty and the Beast (Cogsworth), The Andrews Brothers, The Little Mermaid (Scuttle/ Chef), The Addams Family (Fester), The Music Man (Marcellus), 39 Steps, Hello, Dolly! (Vandergelder) and Chitty Chatty Bang Bang (Baron). Special thanks to his wonderful Fiancé, Dominick, Cambrian, Cathy, The Dietlein’s, cast and crew. Dedicated in memory of his brother, Russell. "Godspeed."

Gary Pimentel
as Isidor Straus

Recent HCT Credits: My Fair Lady (Harry), Fiddler on the Roof (Rabbi), Sister Act (Monsignor O'Hara), Lucky Stiff (Body of Tony Hendon) and And Then There Were None (William Blore). Favorite theater experiences include: Over the River and Through the Woods (Nunzio Cristano), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Nick Bottom), 9 to 5: The Musical (Franklin Hart) and The Fantasticks (Hucklebee). Gary thanks Lori, the true companion of his soul, for her love and support.

Jason Irr
as Jim Farrell

Jason is thrilled to be making his Hale debut. Recent credits include: American Idiot (Will, SCP), Something Rotten (Nostradamus, MCC) and Sweeney Todd (Pirelli, MCC). When he’s not on stage, he’s normally found playing guitar and banjo, or writing plays, short stories and music. He would like to thank his family for always being supportive of his passions and fostering his talents. He thanks you for coming and hopes you enjoy the show!

Brandt Norris
as Henry Etches / Pitman

Brandt is thrilled to be back on the Hale stage for his 13th show! Past credits include: 42nd Street (Billy Lawlor), Beauty and The Beast (Lumiere), Sh-Boom! Life Could Be A Dream (Wally Patton), and My Fair Lady (Freddy Eynsford-Hill). Regional Credits include: Mystic Pizza (Ensemble/Tim Understudy, at the Engeman) and Footloose (Teen Ensemble, at the St. Louis Muny). He wants to thank his friends, family, and boyfriend for always supporting him. He also wants to thank Cambrian, Cathy, Dave, and Corrin for giving him this special opportunity!

Ryan Monaghan
as Murdoch

Ryan is thrilled to be returning to Hale! Ryan holds a BFA in Theater Arts from Central Washington University and has had the pleasure of taking part in the HCT productions of Fiddler on the Roof, Brigadoon and Mary Poppins. You may have caught him on other Phoenix stages in Something Rotten (Nick Bottom) or Mary Poppins (Bert). He has also performed all over the Northwest with credits in: Little Women (Laurie), Frog and Toad: The Musical (Toad), Dogfight (Boland) and West Side Story (A-Rab).

Trevon Powell
as Lightoller

Trevon is originally from the great city of Chicago. Favorite credits include: Tarzan: A Stage Musical (Terk), Hairspray (Seaweed J. Stubs), Sweeney Todd (Beadle Bamford), The Little Mermaid (Sebastian), Sister Act (Eddie Souther), Next to Normal (Dr. Madden), The Andrews Brothers (Lawrence Andrews), The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Christmas Morgan) and Something's Afoot (Nigel Rancour). He works in costume designing and has partnered with the Tempe History Museum in creating historical costumes for interpretation work. Trevon is newly married to his wonderful husband who supports his ambitions wholeheartedly. Trevon also loves ice cream. Get him ice cream. 

Joseph Strode
as Bellboy

Joseph is originally from Mississippi where he got his BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Mississippi. His past Hale credits include: Bye Bye Birdie, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Footloose. Additional credits: The Secret Garden and Little Women at Places Productions, and Chicago, Assassins, Macbeth, and Hair at Ole Miss Theatre. He would like to thank his family and fiancé for their unbelievable support. 

Ivana Martinic
as Alice Beane

Ivana is thrilled to be back at Hale. Her most recent engagements on this stage include: See How They Run (Miss Skillon), A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Cratchit), Beauty and the Beast (Madame de la Grande Bouche) and Sister Act (Sister Mary Patrick). Her other favorite credits include: A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder (Phoebe D'Ysquith), Candide (Cunegonda), and Into the Woods (Rapunzel).

Amanda Valenzuela
as Caroline Neville

Amanda is thrilled to be back at Hale! Recent credits include: Titanic at Hale Sandy and the world premiere of Million Dollar Quartet Christmas where she originated the role of Dyanne. You may have seen her in other Hale Gilbert productions including: My Fair Lady (Eliza Doolittle), Beauty and the Beast (Babette), The Music Man (Marian Paroo), Brigadoon (Fiona MacLaren), The Addams Family (Morticia), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Christine), Hello, Dolly! (Irene Molloy) and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Truly Scrumptious). Many thanks to Dave, Corrin, Cambrian, Cathy, the cast, crew, and her family. She hopes you enjoy the show! 

Brie Wadsworth-Gates
as Kate McGowan

Brie is elated to be a part of this beautiful production. Most noted for her recent Hale Theatre work in: Sh-Boom! Life Could Be a Dream (Lois Franklin), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer), Bye Bye Birdie (Kim MacAfee), Lucky Stiff (Annabel Glick) and Brigadoon (Meg Brockie). Other: Secret Garden (Martha), Seussical (Cat in the Hat), KCACTF Irene Ryan Participant and two-time ariZoni nominee. She thanks her husband, DJ, her family, Cambrian, Cathy, Dave and Corrin, and her fabulous cast and crew. https://bwadsworthgates.wixsite.com/brie

Gillian Elliott
as Kate Murphy

Gillian is thrilled to be shipping out aboard this beautiful show! Most recently seen in (Mrs. Cratchit/Mrs. Fezziwig) at Hale, some favorite credits include: Pride and Prejudice (Jane Bennet, AZ Premiere, Inspire), Beauty and the Beast (Ensemble, US Mrs. Potts/Madame de la Grande Bouche, HCT), Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett, MCC), Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife, CGCC, Irene Ryan Semifinalist), and Sister Act (Mother Superior, AZ Premiere, AriZoni Award). She dedicates this show to her mom, Barb, Brooke, Josh and Alec for always believing in her and her dreams. “A ship in harbor is safe, but that’s not why ships are built.”

Gracie Gamble
as Kate Mullins / Kate McGowan u.s. / Caroline Neville u.s.

Gracie has performed in theaters all around the Arizona valley. She spends most of her time at rehearsal or on the stage. When she’s not either of those places, she’s spending time with her cat Sushi. Her most recent performances here at The Hale include: My Fair Lady, See How They Run, A Christmas Carol and Fiddler on the Roof. This show has been an incredible challenge for her and she hopes the audience enjoys watching it as much as she has enjoyed doing it!

Mary Jane McCloskey
as Ida Straus

Mary Jane is so happy to back on the Hale stage! Previous Hale credits include: Bright Star (Mama Murphy), Meet Me in St. Louis (Katie), Phantom (Carlotta), A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Fezziwig), and Little Women (Aunt March). She wishes to thank her husband, Cory, and all of her family, friends and voice students for their love and support.

Kira Galindo
as Ensemble / Alice Beane u.s. / Ida Straus u.s.

Kira is overjoyed to be sharing this wonderful story with all audiences. Favorite roles: Fiddler On The Roof (Fruma -Sarah), Roger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Madam), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (The Narrator), Pump Boys and Dinettes (Rhetta Cupp), and Bat Boy the Musical (Meredith). Kira has BA in Performance and has toured internationally, opened in Las Vegas, and has performed Off Broadway in NYC. Thanks to her family, friends, Mr. Mikus, General, her Rocket Scientist husband, for all their support and love. “Third row aisle seat Mom, we’re almost there.”

Alixandra Giordano
as Ensemble / Kate Murphy u.s. / Kate Mullins u.s.

Ali is elated to be making her Hale debut, especially in this beautiful show! Notable credits include: Once Upon a Mattress (Winnifred the Woebegone), Carrie: The Musical (Carrie White), Dog Sees God (Van's Sister) You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Lucy VanPelt) and Clue: On Stage (Yvette). She would like to express her gratitude to her honey, Noah, for the unwavering support, her family, friends, Cambrian, Cathy, Dave and Corrin for this honor and the amazing cast and crew. @alixandragiordano

Adam Guinn
as Ensemble / Captain E.J. Smith u.s. / Isidor Straus u.s. / J. Bruce Ismay u.s.

Adam is thrilled to be a part of Titanic: The Musical. This show has been a pleasure to prepare for and he can’t wait to see how audiences react to this cast of ridiculously talented folks. Adam would like to thank his castmates/crew for being amazing human beings, Cambrian and Cathy for their direction as well as insight, Dave and Corrin for their support and leadership, and his family for being all his reasons! 

Reece Harris
as Ensemble / Frederick Barrett u.s. / Harold Bride u.s. / Edgar Beane u.s.

Reece has performed in numerous shows on the Hale stage this season including: Something's Afoot, Fiddler on the Roof, A Christmas Carol, and My Fair Lady. This is a beautiful production and he is so grateful for all you who have taken the time to see this moving story. Special thanks to Dave and Corrin Dietlein, Cambrian James, and Cathy Hauan, and the sustained support from friends and family. "Enjoy the show!" @reeceharris7436

Joshua South
as Ensemble / Frederick Fleet u.s. / Bellboy u.s. / Charles Clarke u.s.

Joshua is excited to return to the Hale stage in this touching story. His previous performances at HCT include: My Fair Lady (Ensemble Swing), Fiddler on the Roof (Fyedka), Beauty and the Beast (Lefou), Bye Bye Birdie, 42nd Street, and many other great shows. A BIG thank you to Cambrian, Cathy, Dave and Corrin for putting this magical piece together.

Cambrian James
Director / Choreographer

Cambrian James is well-known for his versatile staging throughout the Valley and nationally. He is a multi-award winning director and choreographer for Tarzan, The Wizard of Oz, Footloose, Damn Yankees and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Cambrian has enjoyed a long career as an actor and dancer in Annie (Daddy Warbucks), Crazy For You (Bobby Child), The King and I (The King) and Hairspray (Edna Turnblad).

Cathy Hauan
Music Director

Dr. Cathy Hauan recently retired from Mesa Community College, where she taught voice and musical theatre. There she served as conductor/pianist for 65 musicals since 2001. Favorites include Parade, Sweeney Todd, The Secret Garden, and Beauty and the Beast. She has 2 ariZoni Awards. Cathy received her DMA in Vocal Performance from ASU. Onstage she has appeared in opera, oratorio, and music theater. Favorite roles include Sister Mary Amnesia (Nunsense) and as a little old lady in The Producers (which she was also conducting).

A Special Thanks to the our Box Office and Front of House Employees who work behind the scenes!