Time: March 7, 2016 at 6pm to March 8, 2016 at 9pm
Location: Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Street: Penglais Campus
Website or Map: https://www.aberystwythartsce…
Phone: 01970 62 32 32
Event Type: performance
Organized By: Doppelgangster in partnership with Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2016
Image | Warren Orchard
"A HEROIC PERFORMANCE" E. Geliot, CCQ
"TOTALLY DISRESPECTFUL TO THE VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER" J.Ellis, The Sprout
"PUTTING THE DADA INTO CLIMATE DANGER" Cape Farewell
Doppelgangster's TITANIC rips up the screenplay from James Cameron's 1997 epic Hollywood tear-jerker and a maelstrom of other sources including the Titanic DVD Special Features Disk and eye-witness, survivor accounts of people who actually saw the film at the movies.
Cameron's narrative is subverted by competing historical, fictionalised and completely fantastic accounts, as early 20th Century political spin, media confusion and public anxiety are given voice, amplification and a flare gun.
TITANIC is about ‘educated guesses’, 'operational matters' and the impossible pursuit of ‘truth’. This most grand spectacle is staged entirely from a shipping container and stars Tobias Manderson-Galvin (MKA | Australia) as Titanic Director Cameron; Dr Tom Payne (Silver Rocket Club, Hydrocitizens) as handsome, though slightly aged, Leonardo DiCaprio, and a guest performer as elderly, and suspiciously alive Rose. All accompanied by a recorded and amplified score by Jules 'Crazy Legs' Pascoe. First class seats available.
Yes it is.
FOR THE AUDIENCE
Doppelgangster's TITANIC takes place outdoors.
Doppelgangster's TITANIC has received support from Arts Council Wales through their international funding arm Wales Arts International; thanks to The National Lottery and the Welsh Government.
Doppelgangster's TITANIC was initially developed at National Theatre Wales' WalesLab, thanks to the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.
The 2015 Paris production, in association with ArtCOP21, was made possible thanks to La Generale, Wales Arts International and the City of Paris.
Initial Research & Development period included
Sound by Matt Wright, Performances by Rhiannon White, Hannah van den Berg, Nia Griffiths, Ellen Groves & a special performance as ‘Celine Dion’ by Jimin Lim.
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