bAftermathb the stage play about the US Senate Titanic Hearings

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I scoured ET for a thread on Titanic themed stage plays, and couln't find anything-if I missed it, my apologies....
Is there a book or weblisting of all the different stage theatre adaptations of the story of the Titanic?

In 1998 I attended the 'Titanic' musical on Broadway in NYC, and was impressed- They were able to represent multiple levels of activities happening at once on stage, suggesting activities taking place on different decks at the same time.

When i was working at the Titanic exhibit in Dallas in 2000, I had the pleasure to attend a play called 'Aftermath'-It was all about the hearings into the Titanic diaster-and it was superb!

Presumably the stage production of 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' had a Titanic sequence...

Anyone here ever see the Titanic inquiry themed play 'Aftermath'?
I would love to see a play adaptation of 'A Night To Remember'-are there any theatre companies out there today with an ongoing Titanic themed play?

regards

Tarn Stephanos
 
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Thanks Jason, Ill continue this discussion over there....

[Moderator's Note: This message and the two above it, originally a separate thread in the "General Titanica" topic, have been moved to this thread started after these three messages were posted. MAB]
 
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The most unique and interesting Titanic stage play I have ever seen was 'Aftermath'- which was about the US Senate Hearings into the sinking. The play was anything but dry- I was captivated and on the edge of my seat the whole time....I saw this in Dallas in 2000 when I worked at the Dallas Titanic Artifact Exhibit...
Any Texans here who caught this play? I hope it is still in production.....

The powers that be at SFX convinced the organizers of the play to promote the Titanic Exhibit, but the exhibit broke its promise and wouldn't promote the play....I felt really bad about that- The play was stellar,. the actors dedicated....