Little Mermaid Sing Along!

Ready with her Ariel costume (greeting Ariel)

Yesterday after a Restaurant Week Dinner at Sava’s, we were walking past the Michigan Theater on the way back to our car in the Maynard garage when my daughter made us stop. She had spotted Ariel on one of the Michigan Theater’s posters and wanted to check it out.

The Michigan Theater will be hosting several Sing-A-Long showings of the Little Mermaid over President’s Day Weekend. There will be showings on Friday, February 17 at 7:30p, Sunday February 19 at 1:30p, and Monday, February 20 at 1:30p.

The event will feature a Costume Parade, goodie bags, and prize giveaways. They are offering a special early bird price of $11/ticket. The regular price will be $16. Tickets can be purchased through, however they charge a $4.50/order convenience fee. (Update: Children’s tickets are still $11. Adult tickets can be purchased online for $11 with the code TRITON)

I love the music from Little Mermaid and can’t wait to sing-a-long. Under the Sea won both an Academy Award (Best Song) and a Grammy Award (Best Song Written Specifically from a Motion Picture or Television), but I have always been partial to Part of Your World. Kiss the Girl was also nominated for the Academy Award. I also like Ursula’s song Poor Unfortunate Souls. Little Mermaid is considered the first film in a renaissancece of Disney animated films that went on to include Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and Lion King.

You can prepare yourselves for the sing-a-long with the soundtrack. It is available as an MP3 download from Amazon ($5.99), from iTunes ($11.99), and on CD ($9.99).


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