Selection of Titanic, Victorian & Edwardian programs offered by Titanic-Mrs. Thomas Andrews:
Love, Life & Loss
Incredibly well received one woman performance:
Performed by Denise D. Vanaria herself. The true, lifetime researched story of Mrs. Helen, (Nellie) Andrews.
Wife of Thomas Andrews Jr.Guarantee Group Designer of Titanic.
The performance includes a select display of artifacts pertaining to Mr. & Mrs. Andrews & their short life together. The display is to include a small display of other ships traveled in Mrs. Andrews lifetime such as the “Lusitania” & Berengaria”.
Afternoon Tea with Mrs. Andrews
Victorian/Edwardian ladies & gentleman’s afternoon tea with discussion of proper male & female attire for attending teas & social gatherings & everyday life of the times. This program also includes an enlightening part into corset training & keeping a tiny waist & proper posture. Training of young girls in becoming a lady & preparing for their “Coming Out” at age 18. Proper etiquette of gentlemen paying call to a lady. The unspoken language of the fan & calling cards & more. The program includes a select display of period Victorian/Edwardian Fashion & accessories, table settings & items shared at teas & social gatherings.
Mrs. Andrews & sometimes extra cast members discussing Titanic, Victorian & Edwardian artifacts of the period. Audience members get to experience the artifacts up close & personal. This program includes a selection of songs from music played aboard the Titanic, the “White Star Line Songbook” & highly recognized songs of the time. A fun sing a long for all! This highly versatile format for interactive programs elicits maximum audience participation of all ages. This program is easily modified for those in assisted living communities, skilled nursing situations, adult day care, schools, libraries & historical societies, etc.
These versatile programs have also proven highly successful in “Brain Recall” for Alzheimer’s & Dementia care units.
Anniversary Memorial Program to commemorate the sinking of the R.M.S. TITANIC April 14-15 1912.
Additional cast members may appear.
This is a popular program & it is suggested for significant booking in advance to secure your date. Reservations on & around the anniversary fill up quickly. We do take reservations a year in advance. This program will include an extensive display of Olympic, Titanic & White Star Line Artifacts as well Harland & Wolff related artifacts.
Program is ended with audience participation in singing “Nearer My God to Thee” & a moment of silence for Titanic & her most precious cargo, her passengers. As well to remember victims left behind to continue life without their loved ones.
This program can be modified for all age groups.
Coming in 2020:
Chicago 1900: “The Turn of the Century”
This interactive venue will consist of the
Chicago World’s Fair Columbian Exposition of 1893 and
The 1903 Chicago Iroquois Theatre Fire.
You will learn about many connections to the TITANIC story and events that changed our modern everyday lives as we know them now.
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