Audiences are lapping up the Little Mermaid musical at the Milton Theatre, with three packed houses last weekend and another three big shows rolling in this weekend.
There are still plenty of tickets for Friday's fancy dress show at 7pm, but Saturday and Sunday's show are almost sold out.
The Little Mermaid Junior has proven a big hit, with the massive cast of 46 bringing plenty of colour, air and professionalism to the stage.
Despite a few hiccups, including floods, blackouts and a sick lead cast member, the popular Disney show has been hailed as one of the Follies' best.
Director Lloyd McDonald said he was proud of the young cast members on Sunday with Jacob Webb stepping up to take on the lead role of Prince Eric for the first half of the show after Rocco Forrester-Sach fell ill only hours before the curtain opened.
"We all went into a spin when Rocco was hospitalized, but Jacob stepped up and demonstrated just how professional these kids are," he said.
"He did a fabulous job and the audience went wild when Rocco managed to return to the stage for the second act.
"For one young actor to learn another role in a matter of hours was great and for a sick cast member to drag himself back on stage is just outstanding.
"It shows that Follies is a real team effort and the cast members all look out for each other - I'm really proud."
Loyd said the young players have brought boundless enthusiasm to the stage and provided a spectacular live show for the local community.
"These kids are having a great time and doing a fantastic job," he said.
"The Milton Follies offers them a chance to find their feet on the stage and for the community to enjoy a really professional live show, the likes of which you would find in city theatres.
"We're really happy the community has been so supportive and the feedback has been outstanding.
"Everyone loves a good Disney fairy tale!"
He said the second and final weekend of shows was shaping up to be as big as the opening weekend, with tickets selling like hot crab-cakes.
"People can come and watch the show, meet the cast and have a great night out in Milton.
"The little kids have been lining up to have their photos taken with Ariel afterwards - it's just been terrific."
He said the parents and families of cast members have contributed immensely to the show, helping with make-up, props and costumes, organising kids backstage and baking for the canteen.
Ulladulla High School students are also learning the ropes back stage and in the sound and lighting box as part of the Entertainment Studies unit.
"It's a real community effort, with so many people helping out behind the scenes," Lloyd said.
Tickets are available from Splatters of Milton or miltonfollies.org
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