Musical Sensation Little Shop of Horrors at Orange County Performing Arts Center
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The last date listed for Little Shop of Horrors was Thursday August 25, 2005 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Segerstrom Hall:
- Full Price:
- $49.00 - $89.00
- Our Price:
- $23.50 - $43.50
With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, the compelling true story of Eva Perón comes to vivid life through stunning showstoppers like "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina," "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" and "High Flying Adored." Evita follows the path of the small-town peasant girl as she uses her considerable smarts and charisma to rise from the slums of Argentina to President Juan Perón's side as first lady, becoming one of South America's most powerful women. Though she was much beloved by her people as the voice of the poor, her inevitable downfall came through her unwavering ambition and a devastating illness, making her one of history's most tragic and dramatic figures. Direct from Broadway and making its first national tour, this stunning production is directed by Tony nominee Michael Grandage and choreographed by Tony winner Rob Ashford. Learn More
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- "A flawless new staging of a brilliant musical." -- New York Post
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS has come to the Orange County Performing Arts Center with an all-new production directed by Jerry Zaks and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. This production opened on Broadway October 2003, and is now making house calls, including a stop in Segerstrom Hall.
Meek, mild-mannered, out-of-luck Seymour Krelbourn has just discovered an exotic little plant with a strange and unusual appetite. The plant is growing remarkably fast -- and so is Seymour's love for Audrey, his co-worker at the flower shop. But she has a boyfriend...and the plant has a bloodthirsty secret that threatens the entire planet.
Will true love bloom before Seymour runs out of time (and peat moss)? Will ambition and greed take root in our humble horticultural hero? And just what are those three urchins doing singing doo-wop on every street corner?