Sydney audiences are invited to relive the most epic romance of the 1990s this September, when “Titanic: The Movie, The Play” sails into the Sydney Fringe Festival.
This cheeky homage to the blockbuster 1997 movie will be staged at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour from 15 September to 2 October. Act React producer Natalie Bochenski said it was a sister show to “Speed: The Movie, The Play” which sold out at Sydney Fringe in 2019.
“Sydney audiences adored our high-energy, low-budget take on Keanu Reeves’ action thriller, and we can’t wait to see how they respond to the classic tale of Jack and Rose onboard the doomed ocean liner,” she said.
Titanic takes all the memorable moments from James Cameron’s three hour long opus and condenses it into a 60 minute spectacular, complete with replica Titanic prow, lifeboats, and stupendously fun audience interaction. Bochenski said the show is a favourite due to Titanic’s enduring pop culture relevancy.
“The fact that you can flip open your social media and still see Titanic-inspired memes shows the enduring love people have for this film,” she said. “But even the haters can enjoy our show, as we poke fun at the cinematic moments still quoted today.”
You too can be King of the World by grabbing your seats at www.sydneyfringe.com
Titanic: The Movie, The Play
15 September to 2 October
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
6.00pm + 8.00pm shows nightly
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