ARIEL MAKES A SPLASH ON BROADWAY!
Another princess makes her way to the stage in this highly anticipated classic underwater fairy tale. The classic Disney production opened at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre in November of 2007 and has been capturing the hearts of young princesses and princes ever since. Based on the beloved Disney film and the traditional Hans Christian Andersen story The Little Mermaid will no doubt mesmerize and dazzle audiences for some time to come. Don’t miss your chance to see what this impressive underwater sensation is all about!
Listed below are tickets to all of the shows coming up. The shows can be anywhere in the country so keep that in mind. If you don’t see a location near you, select the load more button. This will take you to a location for all of the shows. You don’t want to miss out. Take the kids and enjoy a night out with some of the best seats.
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A beautiful, young mermaid is unhappy with life under the sea and wishes to leave her magical kingdom to explore the human world. Along with her best friend, a fish named Flounder; she often sneaks onto sunken ships to search for human artifacts and visits the surface of the ocean. Unfortunately, contact between humans and merpeople is forbidden, but her obsession leads her to create a grotto full of all of the human treasures she has collected. Through the course of the musical, she must defy her father, the King of the Sea, escape Ursula the evil sea witch and overcome the obstacles that keep her from her human prince. Will she find her happily ever after?
This stunning stage adaptation features music from the hit 1989 film as well as some new, enchanting music. The colorful score was composed by eight-time Academy Award winner Alan Menker and Howard Ashman and includes such classics as “Part of Your World,” “Kiss the Girl” and the Academy Award-winning Best Original Song “Under the Sea.” Additional music for the production was written by Menker and Glen Slater and the book was created by Tony Award-winning playwright Doug Wright. The highly sought-after role of Ariel was snagged by Sierra Boggess. Ms. Boggess is well known for her portrayal of Christine in the Las Vegas production of The Phantom of the Opera. Since the originating of the role for the stage she has fascinated and delighted many little girls and has made their time at the theater a magical one.
In true Disney fashion, a visionary team of theater artists from around the world has come together to transform the stage into an underwater spectacular. The Little Mermaid is a theatrical production like no other currently on Broadway. It is a show the whole family can enjoy together. The costumes, the set; a unique underwater world, the music, and the magical storyline create an experience that will not be easily forgotten. So, don’t forget to make this production part of your world … you won’t regret it!
Best Seat to The Little Mermaid
Most of the stage setups are pretty straightforward when it comes to this show. The kids will look everywhere so you want to have the best views. Some of the best seats are stage center of course, but you can look at the interior seats of the outer sections of the theater. The best sound will come from the center. If pricing is a big factor look into the upper balcony areas. Try to find seats in the first few rows in the center. Good luck with your seat search. Don’t get frustrated with the process. Give it the time is needs and a good seat will come into play.