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The Little Mermaid Libretto

In another time, in a place far under the sea, there lived a mermaid princess. Her father's kingdom was more beautiful th'an can be imagined; yet every night, The Little Mermaid dreamed of the world at the surface. Her father, the Sea King, would allow his daughters to visit the surface on their fifteenth birthday. Being the youngest of six princesses, The Little Mermaid never tired of listening to the stories of her older sisters...(read more)

  • Lewis Family Playhouse
  • in Rancho Cucamonga

  • In response to the COVID-19 situation, upcoming performances of The Little Mermaid scheduled for April 4-5 have been cancelled. We support this decision to ensure the well-being of our audience, artists and staff.

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  • Bridges Auditorium
  • in Claremont
  • We're sorry,
    these performances
    have been cancelled.

© E.Y.Yanagi 2010

 The Little Mermaid

AN ENCHANTED UNDERWATER ADVENTURE

This spectacular landmark production boasts magnificent sets (even a live shipwreck!) and ornate costumes (including a cast of delightful undersea creatures) which are a feast for the eyes. A sweeping sound collage of great composers, from Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy, to Benjamin Britten and Raif Vaughn Williams furthers the drama and emotion as the Little Mermaid goes on her adventures. Innovative aerial technology has been created to generate an under-the-sea-environment.


Meet the Cast for Photos and Autographs!

After each performance selected members of the cast
make themselves available to greet our young audiences.

For more on the amazing Aerial Technology (click here)

"...basically, it all started on the trapeze."

Choreography:

Eric Skinner and Daniel Kirk; Zaylin Cano & Jonathan Sharp (Electric Eels); Jonathan Sharp (Gypsy Scene)

Music:

Benjamin Britten, Claude Debussy, Anton Dvorak, Leos Janacek, Maurice Ravel, Ralph Vaughn Williams

Libretto:

Daniel Kirk

Scenic Design:

Nancy Seruto

Costume Design:

Jeanne Nolden and Craig Shepard

Sound Design:

Scott Frasier

Lighting Design:

Nick Robinson Events, LLC