Disney's Little Mermaid Tickets
|Disney's Little Mermaid Tickets|
|The Little Mermaid|| Byham Theater
|The Little Mermaid|| Byham Theater
Details of Disney's Little Mermaid and the Ticket Luck value
Disney has done it again with its captivating musical adaptation of the classic tale of the Little Mermaid. Based on Disney's classic animated feature film of the same name, Little Mermaid the musical has all the glittering costumes, state-of-the-art sets, lively lights and a host of elements that combine to make it a high end production.
Featuring all the popular numbers from the original film, the musical recreates the magic of the movie on a scale that is larger than life. Fans will get to revisit some of the most memorable scenes from under the ocean. The Disney's Little Mermaid is set to be nothing less than an audio-visual treat. The musical is a perfect family production that is entertaining and fun for people of all ages. So fix a date with Aerial and the rest of the crew and book your Disney's Little Mermaid tickets to experience it all live.
Little Mermaid the musical is all about recreating those memorable moments from the feature film with an innovative and fresh approach. Shortly after the curtains rise, viewers will get to see the brilliance of the play's creative team in motion live on stage. The musical will reprise hit tunes like She's in Love and Under the Sea as the plot interchanges seamlessly between scenes from under the water and the ones on land.
The production traces its roots all the way back to July 26, 2007 when it opened for pre-Broadway tryouts at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. The musical ran there for six weeks and set the milestone of selling out each performance. After enormous pre-Broadway success, the Little Mermaid made it to Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre the same year. However due to certain minor hindrances, the official Broadway opening was moved to January 10, 2008.
The original Broadway production of the musical was directed by Francesca Zambello and it starred Sierra Boggess, Sean Palmer, Norm Lewis, Titus Burgess, and Sherie Rene Scott among others. The debut run came to an end on August 30, 2009. The musical attracted positive response from fans. It had critics like the Time Magazine raving about it as well. The Little Mermaid received several nominations including two for the Tony Awards.
That success paved the way for it to make trips to several other major markets. The play went to Japan in the year 2013. A national tour was also in the pipeline back in 2010, but it was postponed till 2014. The musical has also performed some regional U.S productions in different cities including Millburn, New Jersey and St. Louis, Missouri among others.
Several changes to the score and the book were made after director Glenn Cascale reworked the musical for the Dutch production back in 2012. The new version replaced I Want the Good Times Back with Daddy's Little Angel and also featured a new set by Bob Crowley. Following that, Cascale made a couple of more alterations to the musical over the course of other regional productions. The musical as it is being performed currently is the recreated version of the original Broadway production.
With all these changes, the entire musical offers more depth and a better visual experience for everyone who wants to see it live. The colorful sets, visual and lighting effects compliment the convincing portrayal of all the characters played within. The play's smooth transitions between the scenes are its most captivating factor. That is one of the biggest factors that keep the audience hooked all the way up to its curtain call.
Disney's Little Mermaid is a perfect treat for children and offers a nostalgic joy ride for people who are familiar with the fairytale. From its scenic splendor to the famous musical numbers, the play offers an absolute theatrical treat that has to be seen. If you are a theater fan planning a family night out, grab your Disney's Little Mermaid tickets and watch one of the most famous musicals of its time live.