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The MTI Show Collection: One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish FOR SALE
I'm sad to say that it's time to part with these amazing props. We have used them for 2 productions of Seussical and the foam is starting to get old. I won't be able to "recycle" the show with my group for another 8-10 years, and I don't know that the foam will last that long.These babies were hand-created and painted by our amazing props mistress. They have a little wear and tear to them, but they're ready to hit the stage again. (We used them as fish in McElligott's Pool in the number "It's Possible"Selling as a set plus shipping from zip code 84058. Email me at email@example.com if you're interested.
The MTI Show Collection: Looking for Christmas musicals
Thanks for the info! I looked into "Annie Kids" and I think that it might be a great pick. My only concern is on if I could involve ALL students in grades K-5 (about 300). The main leading cast would be around the 11-20--does anyone who has experience with the show know if I could arrange it so the ensemble could be the remaining 250+ students? I could even have different "ensembles" of like K-1, 2-3, 4-5 to make it more manageable. I'd obviously have to get creative, but with a show like this, would that be possible? I'd appreciate any advice.
The MTI Show Collection: Where to end ACT I in Disney's Little Mermaid Jr
Thank you everyone! The show was a huge success!! My original choice was the same as what Jason (see above) had done, but we decided to cut to intermission after Ariel's Part of Your World, Reprise 2, as the music lends itself as a perfect place to end an ACT. Yes, the 1st ACT is usually longer, but when you take into consideration that the patrons began coming into the theater 45minutes before the start of the show, then this worked out really well! See our trailer of the show on our YouTube Channel for MSB Productions2012 under the posted title:
The Little Mermaid Trailer 2014
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