Little Shop of Horrors: The Campy Sci-Fi Rock Musical
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The last date listed for Little Shop of Horrors was Sunday March 3, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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They've wowed audiences on The Tonight Show and Hell's Kitchen and made it all the way to the finals on America's Got Talent. Now Jon Wee and Owen Morse -- better known as The Passing Zone -- are taking their acclaimed comedy juggling show to hilarious new heights. Shattering expectations and redefining the juggling genre for over two decades, this dynamic duo combines edgy comedy, dangerous stunts and jaw-dropping juggling skills into a unique routine that includes flying chainsaws and audience participation. Learn More
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The talent was amazing!!!! The girl who played Audrey was outstanding, and Seymour had an amazing voice. What was great was that even their acting was delightful. I really enjoyed the show. Crystal (played by Rikki Conner) had a very impressive voice and Ronnette (played by Ronna Mansfield) was hilarious!! Fun show. Loved it!
Bayou City Theatrics’ cast includes the company’s Artistic Director, Colton Berry, donning the horn-rimmed glasses as Seymour Krelbourn, Erin Wasmund (last seen as Cinderella in Bayou City Theatrics’ critical success Into the Woods) as Audrey, his delightfully ditzy love interest, Curtis Barber as Mr. Mushnik, the cranky owner of the flower shop, Andrew Roblyer as Audrey’s sadistic dentist boyfriend and a myriad of other characters. Wendy Taylor, Ronna Mansfield and Miatta Lebile step into the roles of Crystal, Ronnette and Chiffon, the doo-wop, girl-group Greek chorus while Matt Johnson brings a frighteningly soulful presence to the voice of Audrey Two.
About the Ticket Supplier: Bayou City Theatrics
Bayou City Theatrics exists to entertain, enrich, educate, and unite Houston arts patrons and artists. It fills the niche of a Houston-based musical theatre company, relying primarily on the talent of Houston artists and audience support. It provides the opportunity for high quality youth education in the performing arts that is affordable to all ranges of income, not just the economically advantaged.