Just a few more thoughts from our audience members:
Could it be… a style?
And what if a dinglehopper isn’t a dinglehopper? What if it’s a forchette? Does this change the world as we know it?
As we approach our last weekend under the sea, here’s a very different, viral take on Ariel. Holding a dinglehopper, of course.
As we near our closing date of Jan. 11, I’m looking back on some inadvertantly mermaid-themed things I did over the holidays. The holiday exhibit at the US Botanic Garden closes in two days, but it took me around and under the seven seas last week. Along with the plants, there are a variety of ships and lighthouses, plus some delightful windows into the undersea world. Keep your eyes peeled—you might spot a mermaid!
Nicholas Ward, who recently returned to the Olney as our Triton for our first weeks of The Little Mermaid, begins tomorrow in On The Town on Broadway! We’re excited to have Elliot Dash as our new Triton, and sending Nicholas our best wishes for his Broadway debut!
The Atlantic Theatre announced casting for its upcoming 2015 premiere of a new play by Little Mermaid book writer (and Pulitzer Prize winner) Doug Wright.
In Posterity, ‘Norway’s most celebrated sculptor ([Hamish] Linklater) is commissioned to create the last official portrait of the country’s most famous writer, but Henrik Ibsen ([John] Noble) proves to be an irascible, contentious sitter, as the two men wage war over both his legacy and his likeness. Doug Wright explores the nature of artistic success and the fear of being forgotten.'”
Mermaid schools exist in the US, the Philippines, and Germany. Here’s a glimpse into the appeal of mermaiding as a form of exercise and expression.
Hannah, 12, from Brownsburg, IN shares her knowledge of the triparoo, which is used to trip people. An anonymous tip also suggests that it might be used to hurt people. Those humans can be so violent!