The stoker and the architect
The stoker and the ship's architect marvelling at the ship as it is loaded.
The third class passengers boarding the ship, marvelling at it and excited to begin their new lives.
The passengers and crew wave goodbye as the ships sets forth.
The first class passengers at dinner
The first class passengers dine in their exclusive dinning room.
John and Madeline Astor
John Astor and his very pregnant, young wife Madeline at dinner.
The third class passengers gathered in their hold.
Third Class passengers
The third class passengers sing of the new lives that await them in America.
Sending a message
Harold Bride, the telegraph operator, sends a message for Frederick Barrett, a stoker.
The first and second class passengers have gathered in the first class dining room, wondering what has happened.
Head to the lifeboats!
The passengers all head to the lifeboats to abandon ship.
Get on the boat!
Isador Strauss tries to convince his wife Ida to get on the lifeboat, while the crew helps others up the badly listing ship.
Passengers stuck on the Titanic sing as a lifeboat rows past.
Thomas Andrews despairs over the mistakes that doomed the ship, while passengers crowd the decks.
Produced at the Warner Theater in Torrington in 2012, Titanic was the largest show I had costumed so far. A cast of 65 wore in excess of 200 costumes.