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Full Price: $22.00

Concession: $17.00

Child: $17.00

Family: $60.00

Companion Card: $0.00

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50 min

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1 Venue

Star Theatre One at Star Theatres

145 Sir Donald Bradman Dr, Hilton, SA, 5033

Free on-street parking for patrons. Small staff car park at rear of the theatre.

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Age Suitability:


Ideal Age Range:

3 years to 12 years

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About this event

The Spirit of the Sea tells the story of Ariel, a Little Mermaid who dreams of living in the human world. She collects human things which have fallen into the sea and swims up to a rock to watch the ships.

There is a fierce storm and Ariel rescues a handsome Prince from drowning.
Ursula the evil Sea Witch was watching in her crystal ball.
Ursula agrees to change Ariel's mermaid tail into legs but takes away her beautiful voice which she puts in a shell on her neck.
Prince Eric meets Ariel - she cannot speak but must persuade the Prince to kiss her to free her from Ursula's spell. They dance in fun before going to the Palace Ball.
Ursula arrives to stop Ariel and Eric from falling in love.
The Prince snatches the shell and returns Ariel's beautiful voice.
They kiss and are married.

Presented by:

The SA Children's Ballet Company was estabished in 1984 to provide talented young South Australians with the opportunity to develop their artistic potential through real world exposure to the disciplines of performance and dedicated commmitment to theatre. In all its endeavours the SACBC aims for technical and artistic integrity.
SACBC membership is open to all SA students of dance enrolled in accredited ballet schools. Each year aspiring dancers audition for a place in the Company which limits membership to approximately twenty-five young dancers in training whose ages range from 10 to 19 years.
The SACBC has an extensive repertoire by renowned choreographers. Special emphasis is placed upon works which challenge and extend the achievements of young dancers in standards of performance.

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