The Little Mermaid Splash

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Sara Hiner writes, The murmur of voices echoed in my ears as I stepped into a grand, elegant entrance hall.

The murmur of voices echoed in my ears as I stepped into a grand, elegant entrance hall. People were anxiously waiting for a wonderful night to begin. I watched as people bustled by hurrying to their seats. I impatiently took my seat in what felt like a hectic beehive. All of a sudden the lights dimmed and the curtains pulled aside to reveal a setting at sea. Soft music drummed calming songs to my ears. Before I knew it, Ariel rolled out on her heelies. Her costume was full of sequins and sparkles. I felt like I was in an underwater kingdom. The setting was unbelievable and the props were very artistic. Gleaming waves rose up through the floor and gracefully flowed in the water. The cast did a couple of complicated and impressive dances and then Ursula stormed onto stage. Her powerful voice boomed as it bounced off the walls. Her costume was beyond words and by far my favorite. The one costume that could have been approved was Flounder’s. He was literally in a t-shirt and finns. I enjoyed every last wave of the play. For ages 4+. The Little mermaid has experienced Broadway and is now touring Colorado July 26 ~ September 9, 2007.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I really liked the first paragraph!
    I really liked the first paragraph! I also like the “hectic beehive” too. Great job!

  2. My aunt is friends with t…
    My aunt is friends with the director, we got to go backstage. It was really fun! Nice story!

  3. One more thing: I think y…
    One more thing: I think you were being a little too descriptive and it sounded kind of dumb. No offense.

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