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The Little Mermaid San Diego TicketsThe Little Mermaid is a musical is based on the 1989 animated feature film. The production tells the story of Ariel, the daughter of the sea king, Triton. She longs to be part of the surface world and spends much of her time near the surface. The evil Ursula sees the weakness in Ariel and plans to use it to take the kingdom away from King Triton. She makes a deal with Ariel: If Ariel can get a human, Prince Eric, to fall in love with her in three days, then Ursula will turn Ariel into a human permanently. If Ariel fails, then Ursula gets her soul. The stage production had a September 2007 pre-Broadway tryout in Denver. The show then moved to Broadway and began previews on Nov. 3, 2007, and made its official Broadway debut on Jan. 10, 2008.
I Want to Be Where the People AreThe Little Mermaid has been recognized with multiple award nominations. It was Tony Award nominated for Best Original Score Written for the Theatre and Best Lighting Design of a Musical. The show was also nominated for Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Actress in a Musical, Outstanding Lighting Design and Outstanding Set Design Of A Musical. The original The Little Mermaid production was re-imagined by Glenn Casale for a 2012 Dutch production. He changed many of the designs and much of the musical's book and score. This version is the production that has toured throughout the world.
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What should you expect from the live stage production?To immerse the audience in the production, the show features effects that lift the performers into the air when they depict swimming in the ocean. The production is recommended for children aged 6 and older. The content is appropriate for all ages, but the two-hour running time may be too much for younger children to handle. Parents should consider whether their child is capable of acting appropriately for the duration of the show.
Why was the live production changed after the show left Broadway?The original Broadway run of The Little Mermaid under-performed at the box office. Many people blamed the failure on the design elements of the show as well as the music and score. Before establishing a tour of The Little Mermaid, the producers wanted to fix what they thought went wrong with the production. They enlisted Glenn Casale to change the way the beloved Disney story is told.
What are the differences between the musical and the movie?The musical version features several minor changes from the movie. The musical version contains more songs than the movie, and the order of the songs is different in both productions. In the musical, Ursula is King Triton's sister, but this relationship does not exist in the movie. Additionally, Eric's dog, Max, is not in the musical version.
Where can I see The Little Mermaid in San Diego?The Little Mermaid tour brings the production to venues throughout North America. It is presented at the San Diego Civic Theatre in San Diego.
What Broadway shows are similar to The Little Mermaid?The Little Mermaid tour production is a Broadway adaptation of a classic Disney feature film. People who like this production may also like Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King. The Little Mermaid also features a dynamic female main character. Anastasia and Matilda are similar to The Little Mermaid in that way.
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