LHS Theatre’s The Little Mermaid: One Of The Best Shows Ever

Production Filled With Humor, Emotion, Joy

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LHS Theatre’s The Little Mermaid: One Of The Best Shows Ever

The leads of The Little Mermaid, senior MacKenzie McLendon and senior Cory Neville, were a great Princess Ariel and Prince Eric.

The leads of The Little Mermaid, senior MacKenzie McLendon and senior Cory Neville, were a great Princess Ariel and Prince Eric.

The leads of The Little Mermaid, senior MacKenzie McLendon and senior Cory Neville, were a great Princess Ariel and Prince Eric.

The leads of The Little Mermaid, senior MacKenzie McLendon and senior Cory Neville, were a great Princess Ariel and Prince Eric.

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As people walked into the cafeteria on opening night, it felt as if they had stepped into a underwater fairytale. They were surrounded by cast members in costume and elaborate, handmade props set up to add to the aesthetic. The whole show was filled with humor, emotion and joy. The production was well run and acted out well.

The set and decorations were stunning and well planned, especially the staircase located in the middle of the aisle in the audience. The crowd could really feel like they were a part of the story when there was a character among them. The decorations set out for picture purposes added a special something to further involve the crowd.

The costumes were beautiful and mostly made by hand. Each costume fit the character and almost made the actor completely indistinguishable from the character. The costumes were one of the reasons that the audience could get lost in the show.

The acting was amazing. Each member of the cast was perfectly suited for their role and sold their performance completely. It was especially impressive to see a single actor perform many parts. Actors like senior Amy Figurski completely sold their many parts and were enjoyable in many roles. The leads, senior MacKenzie McLendon and senior Cory Neville, were a great Princess Ariel and Prince Eric. Overall, the cast was fantastic as a whole.

Finally, the show was well-run. The stage manager and director did a magnificent job of keeping the show running smoothly. There were a few small sound mishaps at opening night, but the actors stayed calm and continued to perform and the stage manager and director fixed the mistakes before the crowd realized there was a mistake.

Overall, The Little Mermaid was a show that Lampasas High School will never forget and will be known as one of the best shows put on by LHS Theatre. I would highly recommend seeing the show while you still can so make sure to go support LHS Theatre by coming to their last shows on October 13 at 7:00 PM and on October 14 at 2:30 PM!

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LHS Theatre’s The Little Mermaid: One Of The Best Shows Ever