Disney has adapted a number of its animated films for Broadway over the years, such as Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, The Lion King, and so on. These theatrical productions tend to be based on the company’s blockbusters, so it stands to reason that the 2007 Disney-Pixar film Ratatouille has not made it into consideration.
Yet, the plucky film about a Parisian rat named Remy, who has big dreams about one day becoming a chef, has picked up a cult following over the years. So with theater doors closed indefinitely due to the pandemic, a group of out-of-work performers and musical theater students have collaborated to make Ratatouille: The Musical (also referred to as the “Ratatousical”) as reality on TikTok.
According to PaperMag, Ratatouille: The Musical was born over the summer when TikTok user Emily Jacobsen posted a sixteen-second “Ode to Remy” on the platform, which quickly went viral. However, the tune really took off when theater composer Daniel…
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