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The Little Mermaid at the Hollywood Bowl on June 3, 4, and 6, 2016

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Jeremy wrote:I think the background on the second picture is the ballroom from The Beauty and the Beast.

You have a good eye for detail, Jeremy.  Great catch!



From @DarrenArmy:

Review of The Little Mermaid at the Hollywood Bowl from USC Media (and they used a photo of Darren as the photo at the top of the article.  :happy face)


"The Little Mermaid" Finds a New Voice at the Hollywood Bowl



The Little Mermaid at the Hollywood Bowl on June 3, 4, and 6, 2016 - Page 3 Darren-Criss-little-mermaid-hollywood-bowl-june-2016-billboard-1548
Photo by Randall Michelson Photography.



A very nice quote:



Review wrote:Since Darren Criss captured national attention as Blaine on "Glee," he has seem destined to portray a Disney prince. His swath of black hair, ineffable charm, and winning voice make him a perfect fit for Menken melodies and fairy-tales. His performance was one of the best of the night, bringing his own swoon-worthy pop arrangement of Eric's tune from the Broadway musical, "Her Voice," to the stage. With his guitar slung over his shoulder and his Eric costume replete with red sash and black boots, Criss made us believe that Prince Eric had simply walked off the screen to join us for the evening.


Another quote:



Review wrote:The presentation included several songs from the recent Broadway adaptation of "The Little Mermaid," allowing characters like Flounder, Prince Eric, and King Triton to express themselves through song. A great second-act quartet "If Only" highlighted the varied and rich vocal talents of the cast, while also emphasizing how naturally these characters translate to the Broadway medium.

USC Annenberg Media

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@*Jeremy* wrote:
@Poppy wrote:The Little Mermaid at the Hollywood Bowl on June 3, 4, and 6, 2016 - Page 3 Tumblr_o8w0vd5IsI1uetdyxo1_500

I think the background on the second picture is the ballroom from The Beauty and the Beast.


It does! Gosh, you've got a good eye!



Aw, how cute is he in the background of that first pic?

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@Poppy wrote:
Jeremy wrote:I think the background on the second picture is the ballroom from The Beauty and the Beast.

You have a good eye for detail, Jeremy.  Great catch!



From @DarrenArmy:

Review of The Little Mermaid at the Hollywood Bowl from USC Media (and they used a photo of Darren as the photo at the top of the article.  :happy face)


"The Little Mermaid" Finds a New Voice at the Hollywood Bowl



The Little Mermaid at the Hollywood Bowl on June 3, 4, and 6, 2016 - Page 3 Darren-Criss-little-mermaid-hollywood-bowl-june-2016-billboard-1548
Photo by Randall Michelson Photography.



A very nice quote:



Review wrote:Since Darren Criss captured national attention as Blaine on "Glee," he has seem destined to portray a Disney prince. His swath of black hair, ineffable charm, and winning voice make him a perfect fit for Menken melodies and fairy-tales. His performance was one of the best of the night, bringing his own swoon-worthy pop arrangement of Eric's tune from the Broadway musical, "Her Voice," to the stage. With his guitar slung over his shoulder and his Eric costume replete with red sash and black boots, Criss made us believe that Prince Eric had simply walked off the screen to join us for the evening.


Another quote:



Review wrote:The presentation included several songs from the recent Broadway adaptation of "The Little Mermaid," allowing characters like Flounder, Prince Eric, and King Triton to express themselves through song. A great second-act quartet "If Only" highlighted the varied and rich vocal talents of the cast, while also emphasizing how naturally these characters translate to the Broadway medium.

USC Annenberg Media


Great quotes! Destined to play a Disney Prince indeed. :big grin

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