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(WEST WINDSOR, NJ) -- Theater to Go at Kelsey Theatre continues its audience favorite interactive movie musical screenings and invites audiences of all ages to this dive under the sea and party with Disney's classic movie The Little Mermaid. Led by our favorite mermaid, Elizabeth Rzasa, everyone is invited to come in costume as their favorite underwater character- and maybe win a prize. Screenings will be held on Saturday, April 21 at 10:00am and again at 2:00pm. Admission is $18 adults, $16 seniors, $14 kids/students.
There are interactive props in a Goody Bag that everyone receives, things to shout and games for you to play throughout the movie. And even a trivia contest. Feel Like singing? Go right ahead There aren't many places where folks can publicly sing along with a movie without annoying everyone in the theater!
Here it's all about joining in. The crowd participates to varying degrees, with some in full costume and others just along for the ride. This beloved movie musical is a favorite among children of all ages. But Theater to Go adds an additional cast member- YOU! Packed with audience participation activities and a goody bag of props to use throughout the movie, you will be guided by our hosts to sing and play with the movie .
Presented by Theater To Go, which is renowned for audience participation events, and has been offering interactive screenings at Kelsey Theater since 2013 with The Wizard of Oz Mary Poppins, Grease, Annie, Mamma Mia, most recently the ever popular Frozen, and now The Little Mermaid!
The Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College is located at 1200 Old Trenton Road in West Windsor, New Jersey.
originally published: 2018-04-12 11:04:55
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