Miss Kyrila Scully has been a student of Titanic history since childhood. She has been a member of several Titanic historical preservation organizations and has performed as “Molly Brown” in the BBC radio production of TITANIC: PRIDE OF THE WHITE STAR LINE. (CDs available from the producers.) She has been performing with TITANIC IMPACT since 1998, and has a cameo in the National Geographic documentary TITANIC REVEALED.
As a child, Miss Scully was inspired by the movie A NIGHT TO REMEMBER, a British film from the 1950’s which is regarded as the most accurate movie about Titanic. After suffering a series of traumatic events, Miss Scully says she came away from watching the film with her first profound thought, “If those people could survive THAT, then I can survive THIS.” Miss Scully hopes to encourage others to adopt this philosophy to overcome their own personal “Titanic experiences.”
Titanic Impact features a 30 minute performance by talented actress, Miss Kyrila Scully. Miss Scully portrays a number of Titanic survivors, and each performance is tailored to the venue where TITANIC IMPACT is presented. Following the monologue is a Q&A session and a tour of Miss Scully’s personal collection of Titanic memorabilia including artifacts, ephemera, film props and reproductions of items retrieved from Titanic’s debris fields.