2013-02-28 / Front Page

"The Little Mermaid" sells out on opening night

Jill Ballinger/GAZETTE EDITOR

The line was long, and some were turned away from the opening night of "The Little Mermaid" at Mariposa County High School.

For only the second time, the auditorium sold out for an MCHS drama production. Families flocked to see the school's colorful musical. They were not disappointed by the music, costumes and characters of the beloved story.

Director Bryan Starchman thanked the audience before the play began, and said there are tickets for tonight's 7 p.m. performance and for Sunday's 2 p.m. matinee.

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Thank you to all and thank

Thank you to all and thank you to the Mariposa Gazette for their very generous coverage of our play. I didn't mean to mis-speak last night. What I meant to say was that this was the second time that I've ever had a show sell out since taking the reigns from Jon Turner. Mr. Turner had many sold out shows, I remember being lucky enough to get one of the last seats for his production of Bye Bye Birdie back when I was only 10 years old. We are very blessed to have such a supportive community. Be Loud, Be Seen, Be Great, Drama Forever!

Bryan Starchman, and our

Bryan Starchman, and our teens, are community wonders. We live in a great town. Thank you Mr. starchman for always going above and beyond! You contribute so much to the lives of our teens. When you model creativity, problem-solving, hard-work, and extra effort, you make a lasting impression.

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