$5.40 – $15.00
May 1937, Friedrichshafen, Germany. The elite passengers of the luxury Zeppelin Hindenburg begin their two-day trip across the Atlantic. As they settle in, travelling socialite and poetess Margaret Mather discovers that God is a female dog, she's in the freight hold, and she says that the whole ship is going to burn. One in three of those on board will be killed.
A plot to blow up the ship is uncovered, the bomb is found and defused, but destiny won't be thwarted. Mortality is inevitable: the passengers each have 34 seconds to look death in the eye and take their chances.
A good ensemble piece with lots of opportunity for character work and choreography as well as creative set design. Variable cast - includes dancers.