Campy Sci-Fi Rock Musical Little Shop of Horrors
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The last date listed for Little Shop of Horrors was Sunday May 27, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Arsenal Center for the Arts
- Full Price:
- $37.00 - $42.00
- Our Price:
- $19.50 - $22.00
It's November 11, 1938, the day after Kristallnacht, when Sylvia Gellburg loses the ability to walk… More
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Great Show! The actors were wonderful with excellent voices and very entertaining. The sets were great. It's a perfect venue for Goldstar tickets because the theatre is small so there isn't a bad seat in the house. There are 2 restaurants in the...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“[Little Shop of Horrors] has such an enormous heart.” —The Guardian
“Smart as a pistil.” —New York Magazine
Book and lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Directed and choreographed by Russell Garrett
Musical direction by Todd C. Gordon
In this Award-winning musical with the melodious styles of 1960s rock and roll, doo-wop and early Motown, a hapless florist shop worker, Seymour, finds a mysterious plant. As the plant begins to flourish and thrive, so does the flower shop’s business. Seymour quickly develops the confidence needed to successfully court the woman he desires — his co-worker Audrey — and together they begin to pursue their dreams. However, the audience soon realizes that Seymour is just a pawn in this paranormal plant’s diabolical scheme. This fun cult classic features the beloved and well-known songs “Suppertime,” “Somewhere That’s Green,” and “Suddenly Seymour.”
About the Ticket Supplier: New Repertory Theatre - Boston
Now in its third decade, New Rep has established itself as one of Boston’s premiere theatre companies. Celebrated for electrifying, compelling, and poignant productions, New Rep plays reflect our world and community: they present images of many times and places and regularly explore ideas that have vital resonance in our lives—here and now. New Rep shows are provocative, intelligent, and entertaining.