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The Little Mermaid

adapted from Hans Christian Andersen's story by Catherine Bush
  • Garrett T. Houston, Libby Zabit, Joe Carleton, Tyler Cramer, & Cadence Lamb
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Garrett T. Houston, Cadence Lamb, Libby Zabit, Jake Dailey, & Joe Carleton
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Alex Belli
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Sierra Ann Ford & Zora Vredeveld
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Oleode Oshotse
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Heather Whalen
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Phillip Rast
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Garrett T. Houston, Tyler Cramer, & Phillip Rast
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Alex Belli, Zora Vredeveld, Phillip Rast, & Joe Carleton
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Heather Whalen
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Rachel Sabo-Hedges & Zora Vredeveld
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Zora Vredeveld & Heather Whalen
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

Synopsis

It is Syrena’s long-awaited 16th birthday – the day she is finally allowed to swim to the ocean’s surface and glimpse the world surrounding it. While on her visit there, she saves the life of a human – the handsome Prince Caspian – and falls in love with him. But the sea-witch Cekaylia has other plans for Syrena – plans that could destroy them all. Is the Little Mermaid prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice to save her true love? A new telling of a childhood classic.

Cast

Syrena the Little Mermaid
Whinny Syrena’s best friend, a sea horse
Neptune King of the Sea, Syrena’s father
Amphitrite the late Queen, Syrena’s mother
Avia a mermaid, Syrena’s grandmother
Cekaylia a sea witch, part woman, part octopus
Caspian prince of the Kingdom, human
Evangeline a princess from another kingdom, human
Braxton Caspian’s squire
Man #1 Evangeline’s father
Man #2 a sailor
Chef Caspian’s cook
WE #1 Water Ensemble
WE #2 Water Ensemble
WE #3 Water Ensemble
WE #4 Water Ensemble
WE #5 Water Ensemble
WE #6 Water Ensemble
WE #7 Water Ensemble
WE #8 Water Ensemble
WE #9 Water Ensemble

Specs

Cast Size: 14 (7m, 7w) with doubling
Approximate Run Time: 50m
Number of Acts: One
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Production History

The Little Mermaid was first produced in 2019 by the Barter Players (Abingdon, VA), Katy Brown, Artistic Director


Casting Notes:
Note: the following roles may be played by the same actor

WE #1/Amphitrite
WE #2/Man #1/Chef
WE #3/Man #2
WE #7/Braxton
WE #8/Caspian
WE #9/Evangeline

Cast Size: 14 (7m, 7w) with doubling
Approximate Run Time: 50m
Number of Acts: One
Script Sample
Request Rights

Synopsis

It is Syrena’s long-awaited 16th birthday – the day she is finally allowed to swim to the ocean’s surface and glimpse the world surrounding it. While on her visit there, she saves the life of a human – the handsome Prince Caspian – and falls in love with him. But the sea-witch Cekaylia has other plans for Syrena – plans that could destroy them all. Is the Little Mermaid prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice to save her true love? A new telling of a childhood classic.

Cast

Syrena
the Little Mermaid
Whinny
Syrena’s best friend, a sea horse
Neptune
King of the Sea, Syrena’s father
Amphitrite
the late Queen, Syrena’s mother
Avia
a mermaid, Syrena’s grandmother
Cekaylia
a sea witch, part woman, part octopus
Caspian
prince of the Kingdom, human
Evangeline
a princess from another kingdom, human
Braxton
Caspian’s squire
Man #1
Evangeline’s father
Man #2
a sailor
Chef
Caspian’s cook
WE #1
Water Ensemble
WE #2
Water Ensemble
WE #3
Water Ensemble
WE #4
Water Ensemble
WE #5
Water Ensemble
WE #6
Water Ensemble
WE #7
Water Ensemble
WE #8
Water Ensemble
WE #9
Water Ensemble
Casting Notes:
Note: the following roles may be played by the same actor

WE #1/Amphitrite
WE #2/Man #1/Chef
WE #3/Man #2
WE #7/Braxton
WE #8/Caspian
WE #9/Evangeline


Production History

The Little Mermaid was first produced in 2019 by the Barter Players (Abingdon, VA), Katy Brown, Artistic Director

Script Sample
Request Rights