Titanic: Fish and Ships
A tale of a charming but clumsy captain, his silly crew, desperate stowaways, snotty aristocrats, and some very clever fish. A journalist, Irwin Newitt, has a horrible nightmare in which a ship he is sailing on crashes into an iceberg and sinks. It is the Titanic, the luxurious liner that he his meant to board that very day. He initially dismisses the dream and boards, but a series of events in real life happen exactly as they did in his dream convincing him of the validity of his premonition. He tries to warn the passengers and crew members, a collection of absurd and humorous characters, of their impending doom, but they are too caught up in their own ridiculous pursuits to pay him serious attention, even after the liner collides with the iceberg. Only the fish in the ship's aquarium appear to listen... Face 2 Face 's latest comedy is a turbulent journey through the waters of human stupidity, filled with absurd situations, wacky songs and a surprising ending. For ages 7 and up.