Up from the sea with Naples Performing Arts Center

Scuttle, played by Allie Vallieres, presents a fork to Ariel, played by Alexandra Igoe, while Flounder, played by Kylie Campbell, takes in the importance of the event.

Scuttle, played by Allie Vallieres, presents a fork to Ariel, played by Alexandra Igoe, while Flounder, played by Kylie Campbell, takes in the importance of the event.

When the students of the Naples Performing Arts Center studios presented a musical in their first year, there were 22 of them. This year, in "The Little Mermaid," the count is 60.

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