The Milton Follies cast is inviting people to come under the sea and share the adventures of Ariel and her friends in the musical production of The Little Mermaid Junior.
Tickets for six June shows are now on sale via the Milton Follies website or Splatters of Milton.
Show director Lloyd McDonald said the cast was working hard on the show, that promised to be as fantastic as past Follies musicals.
“It’s a really fun and colourful show, with some big musical numbers,” he said.
“The cast is working really hard.
“We’ve got some fantastic new performers that have taken up some big challenges including solo singing roles, but they are really impressive.”
Lloyd said the cast has two months to fine tune their characters and get their song and dance routines down pat, but he said work was also well underway behind the scenes.
“Follies is a real community organisation, with mums and dads and families helping to build and paint sets, sew costumes and get everything ready for our shows at the Milton Theatre,” he added.
The Follies cast members in this show are all under the age of 18 and it has taken many hours of rehearsals to bring it together.
“With 46 kids on the stage, it’s a massive show,” he said.
“It’s based on the Disney Little Mermaid story, with all your favourite characters including Flounder, Sebastian and Prince Eric.
“Of course King Triton and the evil Ursula turn the underwater fairytale world upside down.
“Featuring the much loved songs, Under the Sea, Part of Your World and Kiss the Girl, this show is sure to be enjoyed by the whole family.”
Ariel is played by Follies songbird Brea Holland, while her off-sider Flounder is played by Poppy Gillespie.
Sebastian the rocking lobster is played by Duncan McDonald and his little brother Lucas will bring plenty of laughs as French Chef Louie!
Lachlan Tomasini is the booming King Triton, Ursula is played by Alannah-Grace Henkel and Prince Eric is Rocco Forrester-Sach.
Erin Tebbutt returns to the stage as the crazy Scuttle the Seagull.
There will be six shows from June 10-19, with tickets from miltonfollies.org