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Titanic: The Musical

Spoiler Alert! There is details about the musical in this blog, if you plan on seeing the musical in person read at your own risk – spoilers! 461 more words


'The Sound of Music,' 'Titanic the Musical' on Ahmanson's New Season

The Center Theatre Group’s 2015-16 season at the Ahmanson will include four Tony Award-winning musicals, according to an announcement on Monday.

The Ahmanson’s 49th season will open with a new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein classic “The Sound of Music,” followed by “The Bridges of Madison County” … 104 more words


Arts Review: Titanic: The Musical

Dir. Laura Campbell, Mitchell Theatre, 25th-28th February

I have a confession: I’ve never seen Titanic. At least, not the whole way through. There’s a song I heard once about how ‘Husbands, and wives, little children lost their lives, Oh it was sad when that great ship went down’, sung to an unreasonably jaunty tune, that left me so traumatised that I never quite made it to the end. 464 more words


Arts Preview: Titanic: The Musical

The rehearsal room is abuzz with a piano warming up and cast members changing into rehearsal skirts in preparation for one of the final rehearsals for the Cecilian Society’s production of Titanic: The Musical, which opens next week. 1,102 more words


Barrett's Song - Titanic the Musical

This is a beautiful song from the musical Titanic. 
Last Tuesday I’ve been to the Titanic exclusive exposition in Amsterdam. 
It was very striking.


Review: Titanic The Musical (oh look, another character excited about their future)

So it’s been a week since I saw Titanic the Musical, I usually review straight away but this week has been hella mental and in all truth there was a lot to get my head around. 887 more words

Pheatreland Reviews

Maury Yeston's Ship of Dreams: Titanic the Musical gets a refit at the Southwark Playhouse

Saturday 10th August 2013, matinée

When we told people we were going to see a musical version of the Titanic story, the usual response was that it must be a parody in the style of ‘Springtime for Hitler’, as though such a disaster could not possibly be an appropriate subject for musical theatre. 1,108 more words