Jadzia has been itching to perform her own “play.” She often talks about how one day she will open her own Muny, and that audiences who come to this new Muny will be able to record or photograph all the performances.
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A guest post by Jadzia. Here are her thoughts about seeing “The Little Mermaid” at the Muny last night with her dad and her sister Ludi:
I liked the bowing at the end. I liked when the ship broke in two pieces. And when Ariel was talking to Flounder, that was funny.
The intermission was fun, too because we went out to the boys’ bathroom.
I liked the food that we brought: peaches and quesadillas.
Ursula was not scaring me like “Beauty and the Beast.”
King Triton was my favorite part, too, because he had a loud voice. I liked that voice.
I really enjoyed the Prince Eric at the very beginning, when he was unconscious and when Ariel helped him.
A few comments from Jadzia about how she enjoyed “Beauty and the Beast,” her first show at the Muny:
“I liked when the Beast gave her the library.
“When he turned back into a prince. The fireworks turned him into a prince.
“I liked every song that Belle sang.
“I liked the castle set and I liked how the Beast’s costume looked.
“I liked seeing the Beast with the binoculars. He was the same size but he was better to see. I could see him really well.”