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'Little Mermaid Jr.' an under-the-sea adventure

Tickets are on sale for the Hill Country Community Theatre's youth summer program production of Disney's "The Little Mermaid Jr." Performances of the musical are 6 p.m. Thursday-Friday, July 23-24, and 2:15 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, July 25-26, at the theater, 4003 FM 2147 West in Cottonwood Shores.

Splash into this classic tale of Ariel, a mermaid princess who wishes to live in the world above rather than on the ocean floor. To explore life on land, Ariel disobeys her father, King Triton, and makes a deal with the evil sea witch Ursula. Ransoming her singing voice, she must convince Prince Eric that she is indeed the girl who rescued him or risk losing her voice forever. “The Little Mermaid is a fantastic story that will have everyone singing and dancing along to favorites like ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘Kiss the Girl,’” said Mike Rademaekers, the nonprofit community theater's executive director.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for children and can be purchased by calling the box office at 830-798-8944. Tickets will not be sold online. After a reservation is made, the theater will send an email with ticket download instructions. Those purchasing tickets in person at the box office are asked to use a credit or debit card instead of cash.

The theater, following Gov. Greg Abbott's executive orders, has established rules to keep patrons and theater personnel safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Theater capacity is limited to 50 percent.
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times inside the building.
  • Seating will be assigned when tickets are purchased. Groups of 10 or fewer may sit together with two seats between each group.
  • The theater will open no earlier than a half-hour before a performance, and seating in the lobby will be limited. Patrons are asked not to congregate at doors or in the lobby.

Other safety measures can be found on the theater's website.

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