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Rosé sets sail in Off-Broadway’s ‘Titaníque,’ but which queens would she toss overboard?

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Chicago (though she’s not the only reason to see the show), Blair St. Clair recently brought her cabaret show to The Green Room 42, and now our favorite Scottish queen Rosé (aka Ross McCorkell) joins the company of hit Off-Broadway parody Titaníque.What would happen if Celine Dion was also onboard that fateful sailing with Jack, Rose, and 2,238 other unlucky passengers and crew?

Led by the ridiculously talented Marla Mindelle (who also co-authored the show) as the five-time Grammy Award winner, Titaníque is one of the funniest musicals in New York City at present, with a comedic cast buoying the sinking ship.Rosé steps into the dual role of Victor Garber/Luigi, originated by Frankie Grande, delivering all the charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent you’d expect from a RuPaul alum.Queerty caught up with Rosé in between sailings, and there wasn’t a life jacket in site!Fans are so excited to see you onstage outside of Rosé’s signature glam.

What’s your favorite part of playing Victor Garber and Luigi?I’ve gotten so used to being absolutely packed, plucked, and strapped into Rosé’s physical form any time I’m onstage, so it’s completely unnerving and exhilarating to feel so simplified and exposed onstage.

I’m exercising and flexing parts of myself that have been resting for years underneath the glam. It is so empowering and fulfilling.

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