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A Spectacular Underwater Adventure: Burns Sci-Tech Theater and Dance Production of Disney's The Little Mermaid

The Burns Sci-Tech Theater and Dance Department was alive with the magic of Disney's The Little Mermaid. From the vibrant coral reefs to the mysterious depths of the sea floor, every aspect of the stage brought the story to life in vivid color.

What truly stole the show was the extraordinary talent on display. Joshua Albro captured the heart of audiences as the charming Prince Eric, while Evan Roseberry commanded the stage as the regal King Triton. Troy Pandelos brought a delightful charm to the role of Flounder, and Isabella Garcia was positively bewitching as the villainous Ursula. Jayden Handsom had the audience in stitches as the bumbling Chef Louis, and Addison Kutasi stole the show as the lovable Sebastian. And, of course, Julia Sulle shone brightly in the role of Ariel, capturing the spirit of the curious and courageous mermaid princess with her captivating performance. The Eaglets Dance Team, led by their dedicated teaching assistants Samantha Starkey, Kaitlyn Opalenik, and Raegan Duncan, wowed the audience with their grace and precision, adding an extra layer of magic to their scenes.

Behind the scenes, Director Angela Lee, Music Director Meg McMahon, Eaglets Choreographer Belle Lee, Props Manager Misty Strother, and the talented sound crew worked tirelessly to ensure that every aspect of the production was flawless. Their dedication and creativity shone through in every scene, elevating the entire performance to new heights. A heartfelt thank you is also due to Ms. Greatrex, Mrs. Zahn, and the Sulle family for their invaluable contributions to the props, which added an extra layer of authenticity to the production.

Burns Sci-Tech Theater and Dance's production of Disney's The Little Mermaid was a true testament to the power of storytelling and the magic of live theater. Congratulations to everyone involved for a job well done. Here's to many more spectacular performances in the future!



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