Broadway.com This is an advertisement   skip this ad

 

The Little Mermaid

Dive under the sea with Ariel the mermaid in this splashy Disney musical.

Little Mermaid Casting Complete, Including Egan, Blickenstaff & More

Casting is now complete for the 35-member company of Disney Theatrical Productions' Broadway-bound staging of The Little Mermaid. In addition to previously announced principal actors Sierra Boggess Ariel, Sherie Rene Scott Ursula, Sean Palmer Prince Eric, Norm Lewis King Triton, Tituss Burgess Sebastian, Eddie Korbich Scuttle, Jonathan Freeman Grimsby, Derrick Baskin Jetsam, Tyler Maynard Flotsam, Cody Hanford and J.J. Singleton Flounder, several well-known names will be part of the ensemble.

John Treacy Egan Max in The Producers, Jekyll & Hyde will play Louis; Heidi Blickenstaff [title of show], The Full Monty has been cast as Carlotta and will understudy Ursula; and Adrian Bailey Jacob in the revival of La Cage aux Folles and Merwin Foard La Cage aux Folles, Assassins, 1776 will share understudy duties for King Triton. Foard will also understudy the role of Grimsby.

The Little Mermaid company also includes Cathryn Basile, James Brown III, Robert Creighton, Cicily Daniels, Tim Federle, Bahiyah Sayyed Gaines, Ben Hartley, Meredith Inglesby, Michelle Lookadoo, Joanne Manning, Alan Mingo, Jr., Zakiya Young Mizen, Betsy Morgan, Arbender J. Robinson, Bret Shuford, Jason Snow, Chelsea Morgan Stock, Kay Trinidad, Price Waldman and Daniel J. Watts.

The Little Mermaid will play a seven-week engagement at Ellie Caulkins Opera House at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts beginning July 26, officially opening on August 23 and playing through September 9. Performances begin on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 3, with opening night set for December 6 under the direction of Francesca Zambello.

The musical features a score that includes the classic songs "Part of Your World," "Kiss the Girl" and the Academy Award-winning Best Original Song, "Under the Sea," composed by eight-time Oscar winner Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman. There are 11 new songs by Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater. The book is by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award -winning playwright Doug Wright.

Video On Demand
Sponsored by:
Call Center Holiday Hours: Dec 24 8am – 3pm EST, Dec 31 8am – 1pm EST, Closed: December 25 & Jan 1
Regular Hours: Dec 26 – Dec 30, Happy Holidays!
X