Special occasions call for special productions! Do you have something to celebrate? Is there a special occasion coming up, or is there a special place that yearns to be presented in a new light? Theater Titanick, well-known throughout the world for its open-air theatre, is sure to be able to provide you with the fascinating kind of performance you are looking for, even for individual events.
Whether in a street, a garden, an exhibition hall or on the grounds of a castle – the theatrical presentations by Theater Titanick always strike the right note. Whatever the stage, the theatrical fireworks of this company never fail to delight the senses.
Fantastic stories, large or small, are portrayed using weird characters, fascinating costumes and unusual objects. Atmospheric live music, imaginative light and water effects, as well as perfect pyrotechnics come together to produce unforgettable moments.
Of course, every presentation is planned with great care according to individual requirements. And again and again the archaic elements of fire, water, earth and air show up each location in a new and different light and so fascinate the audience.
Special production for the 250th anniversary of Pforzheim’s gold and jewellery industry. Parade and grand finale.
Theater Titanick told the story of the Pforzheim workers (“Pforzheimer Seckel”) all throughout the history of Pforzheim’s gold and jewellery industry, bringing key themes of the city’s history to life in a spectacular parade of over 200 participants (Titanick actors, local amateur actors, musicians, dancers). A spectacular feast with music, theatre, dance and pyrotechnics.
The Lions of Leipzig
Special production for 1000th anniversary of the city of Leipzig (D). Parade and grand finale.
Theater Titanick transformed their second home into a stage. Inspired by the great Lion Hunt in Leipzig in 1913, Theater Titanick sent five large mobile “Lion” sculptures on five different routes from the outskirts of the city towards the central Augustus Platz, thereby taking the audience onto a discover journey across different themes of the history of Leipzig (Arts and Culture, Publishing and Media, Sports and Environment, Science and Education, Economy and Trade). Actors, musicians, sportsmen, scientists and amateur actors as well as many institutions and associations took part in the production. A total of 800 people were involved in this event for and with the inhabitants of Leipzig.
Theater Titanick’s LOST CAMPUS was one of 18 selected projects nationwide to be supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste under the name “Sonderprojekt – Theater im öffentlichen Raum”. In cooperation with Filmwerkstatt Münster and the historic centre Villa ten Hompel Theater Titanick remembered the camps for forced labourers that were built during the second world war in Münster.