The Ratatouille TikTok musical will return for a repetition efficiency Sunday night on the platform where all of it began. TikTok is hosting another proving of the streaming musical that debuted online New Year’s Day, which has actually currently raised more than $1 million for The Casts Fund.
The musical came together on TikTok over the previous couple of months, with authors, fans, set designers, clients, and choreographers developing musical numbers for the imaginary “program” which is constructed around the 2007 Disney/Pixar animated movie. Then in December Seaview Productions revealed it was producing the program in association with TikTok. Disney/Pixar offered its true blessing, and the program brought in huge Broadway names to carry out the crowdsourced tunes.
Wayne Brady plays Django, Andrew Barth Feldman plays Linguini, Ashley Park almost takes the program as Colette, Andre de Shields plays Anton Ego, Adam Lambert is Emile, and Tituss Citizen stars as Remy, the rat with a taste for great food. The 20-piece Broadway Sinfonietta orchestra offered ball game.
The program drew primarily strong evaluations from theater critics; the New York City Time s called it a “ridiculous, multilayered pleasure” and the Los Angeles Times stated it revealed what the future of musical comedy might appear like.
The repetition will stream survive on TikTok at 8PM ET, and audiences can contribute to The Casts Fund through an in-app contribution sticker label, TikTok states.