- One ticket to Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr.
- When: Thursday–Sunday dates in August
- Where: Al Green Theatre
- C$18 for rear-orchestra rows N–P (up to C$29.99 value)
- for orchestra or premium-orchestra rows A–M (up to value)
- for front-orchestra rows AA–CC (up to value)
- Click to view the seating chart.
Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr.
Disney’s The Little Mermaid splashed on screens in 1989 to become an instant classic. A spirited take on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale, the story follows a plucky redhead with a beautiful voice whose fascination with the world above the waves sets her apart from her family—and lands her head-over-fins in love with a human. Thanks to a conniving sea-witch and an English-speaking band of fish friends, she gets a shot with her handsome Prince, but it costs her the ability to speak. But there’s more to the deal: if he doesn’t return her love in a hurry, she could lose a lot more. In this one-hour performance adapted to suit young audiences, the iconic animated film comes to life in all its musical glory, featuring memorable tunes such as “Part of Your World” and “Under the Sea.”
Lower Ossington Theatre
When Brittany Goldfield Rodrigues of Broadway World paid a visit to Lower Ossington Theatre’s production of RENT, she was struck by many things—the dynamite performances and powerhouse vocals, the costumes, the deceptively simple staging—but the space itself might have taken the cake. An intimate venue can make an experience immersive, and Lower Ossington Theatre’s three performance spaces possess that quality in spades. Goldfield Rodrigues noted how instead of a stage, the theatre kept audiences and performers on the same plane—the show in an open space at the front with individual chairs facing it—helping viewers feel as though they were in the same world as the characters and dispelling the worry that the performers might be invading giants.