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Fabrefaction Theatre
999 Brady Avenue Atlanta, GA 30318
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6 reviews
1 stars
Nice selection of snacks & drinks at the theater. Afterwards we went to nearby Yeah Burger! for a casual meal with everything from vegan, vegetarian, to bison and more.
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0 stars
The weather was nice; a little cool. I wore dressy pants and top but casual is fine..
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"Titanic: The Musical"
14 ratings
4.6 average rating
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17 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 22 2012

Always wanted to see this musical. I am a theatre writer myself and Act One has some musical "no-no"s such as too many characters so it's hard to focus and care for anyone BUT Act Two is so tight and riveting that all I can say is "see it, See...continued

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Broadway Fan
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10 reviews
3 stars
attended Apr 22 2012

I had never heard of Fabrefaction Theater before but, after attending their production of Titanic, I will definitely attend many more shows. They have assembled a wonderful cast and have produced an extremely moving version of this show. When...continued

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7 reviews
0 stars
attended Apr 15 2012

Wow, what an amazing performance. I can't stop raving about this show. I've already bought tickets to two more showings. The costumes, the music, the choreography....everything was superb. It was so moving! Kudos to everyone involved.

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Paying homage to the 100th anniversary of the most quintessential disaster of the 20th century, Fabrefaction Theatre Company brings the Tony Award winning Titanic: The Musical to life. Following the fated path of the “unsinkable” ship, this lovely, grand, and profound musical opera brings new relevance to the terrible event that transpired in the early morning hours of April 15, 1912. Featuring a beautiful score and acclaimed lyrics, Titanic: The Musical transports the audience to 1912 as we journey along on the Titanic with her passengers, both young and old. Allow yourself to be pulled into the wave of drama, heartbreak, love, and hope that is the Titanic. Questioning the very nature of the meaning of the word “progress,” social and class strictures, and faith, Titanic: The Musical is much more than just a night at the theatre— it is a night of transformation, redemption, and belief.


This production is appropriate for audience members of all ages. _