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August 2010 / Bronx/​Riverdale Family / Brooklyn Family / Long Island Family / Queens Family / Staten Island Family / Columnists / Featured Event

Funder the sea!

If “The Little Mermaid” or “Finding Nemo” leaves you aching for more underwater adventures, then the off-Broadway production of “ImaginOcean” is for you.

This magical, live black-light puppet show is full of characters to fall in love with, as three fish friends, Tank, Bubbles and Dorsel, set off on a journey that finds them singing, dancing, making new friends, and finding their courage.

In addition to the bright, vibrant sea creatures, the show features musical styles ranging from swing to R&B to big band.

To really feel in the middle of it all, get as close to the stage as possible, as the puppets come out into the audience for a truly engaging underwater experience.

“ImaginOcean” at New World Stages [340 W. 50th St. between Eight and Ninth avenues in Manhattan (646) 871-1730], now through Nov. 14 with shows Wednesday at 11 am and 2 pm, Saturday at 11 am, 2 pm and 4:30 pm, and Sunday at noon and 3 pm. Tickets $39-$65. For info, visit

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