Cecelia Ticktin

Cecelia Ticktin

Biography

Cecelia Ticktin is a New Jersey-based actress, writer, and singer-songwriter. Prior to the COVID Shutdown she toured the country with the Broadway Musical Wicked, standing by for the role of Elphaba. Since then she's been seen in the musical Kismet in Santa Barbara, CA (directed by Lonny Price), and Bay Street’s outdoor production of Camelot, which welcomed the residents of Sag Harbor back to the joy of live theater. She’s thrilled to be returning this summer to take part in the musical Ragtime!

As a writer, Cecelia has three current projects: A semi-autobiographical dark comedy series called CHRONIC that centers on a protagonist living with chronic pain (a finalist in Sundance’s 2021 Episodic Lab), a drama/mystery series called RELEASE that examines what unchecked grief can do to a person's psyche, and a full-length play called PASS that asks the question, "What happens when you think you're going to die, and then you live?" (She promises to write an office comedy next.)

Current & Upcoming Performances

Mainstage—Ragtime!: Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, and Book by Terrence McNally
Category: Mainstage Productions August 2 through August 28

Witness the musical adaptation of E.L. Doctorow’s classic novel that captures the American experience at the turn of the 20th century. The worlds of a wealthy white couple, a Jewish immigrant father and his daughter, and an African American ragtime musician intertwine in this sweeping musical about America’s Golden Age when our nation was mixing, boiling, and changing. The creative team on Ragtime is: Will Pomerantz (Director); Christopher Grant and Lauren Grant (Co-Choreographers); James Bassi (Musical Director); Rick Sordelet (Fight Director); Anna Louizos (Scenic Designer); Hunter Kaczorowski (Costume Designer); Meghan O’Beirne (Associate Costume Designer); Mike Billings (Lighting Designer); Dalton Hamilton (Assistant Lighting Designer / Programmer); Jon Weston (Sound Designer); John Millerd (Associate Sound Designer); Brian C. Staton (Projection Designer); Andrew Diaz (Props Designer); Ryan Touhey (Orchestrator); Tommy Kurzman (Hair/Makeup Designer); James FitzSimmons (Production Stage Manager); and Christine Catti (Assistant Stage Manager).