comedy


Mermaid Delores DeLago: the Toast of Chicago

The brilliant brainchild of the Divine Miss M, the one and only Bette Midler, created from a desperate, desperate need for attention and applause.  The one and only Delores DeLago, the toast of Chicago…I mean seriously, who can resist a mermaid kickline!

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Pond Wife

Just a quick hop across the pond.  In Brighton, Oxford and London, a show about mermaids and pop music from the 90’s, what’s not to love!?!  Holly and Ted have come up with a super fun adaptation of the Little Mermaid.  This is fringe theater at it’s best. According to their website: “It’s 1997 and […]


Ann Blyth is helped into her fishtail on set of Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid. Ann only practiced swimming in the tail for about a week before shooting began. (Image via Dr. Macro)

Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid

via themotionpictures.net 1948 Classic Mermaid from Universal Pictures… “While highly engrossing, the film is also very lighthearted and a bit fluffy, which makes it a delight to watch. It isn’t absolutely packed with laughs and it isn’t a grand, award-worthy piece of cinema either, but it’s never dull. It contains a lot of great, witty […]


A Survival Guide for Landlocked Mermaids

by Margot Datz This one is for the ladies! Sometimes we may need a little nudge to help us get in touch with our inner mermaid… “In A Survival Guide for Landlocked Mermaids, artist Margot Datz sees the she-nymph within, struggling to emerge, and in a swirl of whimsical and witty wisdom, lovingly offers tips […]

Landlocked Mermaids

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Splash – vintage 80’s Mermaid

A Ron Howard film “She Was The Woman Of His Dreams – She Had Large Dark Eyes, A Beautiful Smile And A Great Pair Of Fins.” “Allen Bauer is rescued from drowning as a young boy off Cape Cod by a young mermaid. Years later he returns to the same location, and once again manages […]