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  • Tickets for Pre-Broadway 'Little Mermaid' on sale - Playbill.com 3/18/07

    Tickets for Pre-Broadway Little Mermaid Engagement On Sale March 18

    By Andrew Gans
    Playbill.com
    18 Mar 2007


    Sierra Boggess

    Tickets for the pre-Broadway engagement of Disney's The Little Mermaidwww.denvercenter.org.

    After its Denver run ends Sept. 9, the musical will arrive at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, current home of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Nov. 3 with an official opening Dec. 6.

    Sierra Boggess, who currently portrays Christine Daae in Andrew Lloyd Webber's , will head the cast of the new musical in the title role. Additional casting will be announced shortly.

    "In a magical kingdom beneath the sea," reads MermaidMermaid, which features songs penned by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman for the Disney film as well as 11 new tunes by Menken and Glenn Slater. Doug Wright has written the book for the musical.

    The creative team also features Stephen Mear (choreography), George Tsypin (scenery), Tatiana Noginova (costumes), Natasha Katz (lighting), Angelina Avallone (make-up design) and David Brian Brown (hair design).
    For more information visit Walt Disney Theatricals on-line at www.disneyonbroadway.com.
    http://www.playbill.com/news/article/106604.html
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    Re: Tickets for Pre-Broadway 'Little Mermaid' on sale - Playbill.com 3/18/07

    Really looking forward to this when it hits Broadway!
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      Re: Tickets for Pre-Broadway 'Little Mermaid' on sale - Playbill.com 3/18/07

      I may drive down, visit the family and try to check this out. I guess they sell tickets to students 60 minutes before curtain for $10 bucks. Not too bad a deal.
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        Re: Tickets for Pre-Broadway 'Little Mermaid' on sale - Playbill.com 3/18/07

        Student Rush sales are just the best! Here's the show ad:
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          Re: Tickets for Pre-Broadway 'Little Mermaid' on sale - Playbill.com 3/18/07

          Actors added to 'Little Mermaid'

          Disney musical opens at the Rialto

          By Gordon Cox
          Variety
          March 20, 2007

          Sherie Rene Scott and Norm Lewis are among the Broadway names who'll star in "The Little Mermaid," Disney's legit tuner opening on the Rialto in December after a tryout in Denver this summer.

          Scott ("Dirty Rotten Scoundrels") will play evil octo-witch Ursula while Lewis portrays the sea king Triton. They join the previously announced Sierra Boggess, a vet of the Vegas production of "Phantom," as title amphibian Ariel.

          Other newly confirmed cast members include Tituss Burgess ("Jersey Boys") singing "Under the Sea" as busybody crab Sebastian, and Tyler Maynard ("Altar Boyz") as one half of bad-guy duo Flotsam and Jetsam.

          Based on Disney's 1989 animated retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen tale, legit version includes the score of the film (by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman) as well as new tunes by Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater. Doug Wright ("I Am My Own Wife") writes the book.

          Francesca Zambello helms the production, which begins its run in Denver July 26.
          http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...goryid=15&cs=1
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