Little Shop of Horrors: The Hit Sci-Fi Rock Musical from Mu Performing Arts
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The last date listed for Little Shop of Horrors was Sunday April 3, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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Take to the high seas aboard the H.M.S. Pinafore, Gilbert & Sullivan's beloved comic operetta of mistaken identity, love, intrigue and duty in the British navy. This seaworthy satire spins the yarn of a gentlemanly captain who's arranged for his daughter to marry the First Lord of the Admiralty ... even though she's already in love with a common sailor on her father's ship. The show's signature hummable tunes include "I'm Called Little Buttercup," "When I Was a Lad" and "I Am the Captain of the Pinafore." Set against the looming backdrop of World War II, don't miss this dramatically reimagined production when it sails into the Howard Conn Fine Arts Center.
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The Ritz Theater presents a Mu Performing Arts production of _Little Shop of Horrors _
book and lyrics by Howard Ashman
music by Alan Menken
Based on the film by Roger Corman. Screenplay by Charles Griffith
Love, deception, murder, and aliens! The classic musical comedy has it all, and Mu serves it up with a new twist: an all Asian American cast. Down-and-out florist Seymour Krelbourn (Randy Reyes) seeks fame and love by keeping a rare plant, which turns out to be a bloodthirsty man eater.
Directed by Jennifer Weir
Musical direction by Denise Prosek
Featuring Randy Reyes*, Sara Ochs, Eric “Pogi” Sumangil*, Kurt Kwan, Molly Pan, Katie Bradley, Sheena Janson, and Suzie Juul.
*Member of Actors’ Equity
About the Ticket Supplier: Mu Performing Arts
Mu Performing Arts is the 3rd largest pan-Asian performing arts organization in the U.S., and is home to Theater Mu, an Asian American theater company, and Mu Daiko, a Japanese taiko drumming group. Founded as Theater Mu in 1992, Mu has come to be known for it unique blending of Asian and Western artistic forms in the expression of Asian and Asian American stories and music.