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Little Shop of Horrors

a Musical
by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman

COMPANY : North Spings High School Drama Department
VENUE : North Springs High School Auditorium [WEBSITE]
ID# 3545

SHOWING : October 01, 2009 - October 10, 2009



A singing plant. A daring hero. A sweet girl. A demented dentist.

Come see NSCHS's fall production, Little Shop of Horrors. Stuck in a dead-end existence on Skid Row, Seymour Krellborn discovers a strange and interesting new plant, who soon begins to sing for his supper.

Show times are:
Thursday, October 1st at 7pm
Friday, October 2nd at 7pm
Saturday, October 3rd at 2pm and 7pm

Thursday, October 8th at 7pm
Friday, October 9th at 7pm
Saturday, October 10th at 2pm and 7pm

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Director Marty Aikens
Audrey II Puppeteer Cara Fortuna
Audrey II Puppeteer Monica Misiura
Ensemble Tate Anderson
Mr. Mushnik Adam Benz
Ensemble/ Audrey US Caty Bergmark
Ensemble Drew Carlos
Ensemble Thainara Carvalho
Audrey II Chris Davidson
Ensemble/ Orin US Justin Dykes
Ensemble Elizabeth Engquist
Ensemble Luis Garcia
Ensemble/ Audrey II US Nick Grant
Ensemble/ Chiffon US Alyssa Grubbs
Chiffon Vanessa Hamb
Ensemble Evelyn Iacobucci
Ensemble/ Seymour US Thaddeus H. Kolwicz III
Ensemble Tommy Lennon
Ensemble Marselis McQuenn
Ensemble/ Ronnette US Briana Ramsey-Tyler
Ensemble Jordan Rich
Orin Spencer Showalter
Ensemble/ Dance Captain Kayla Sklar
Seymour Krelborn William Stanley
Audrey Savannah Stein
Ronnette Kelley Young
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What a show!
by pie
Monday, October 12, 2009
I'm behind on my reviews having sampled "Sweeney Todd" at the Rosewater, "The Diary of Anne Frank" at the Blackwell Playhouse, "and "Don't Dress For Dinner" at the Rosewater. But I felt compelled to write this after seeing North Springs High School's presentation of "Little Shop of Horrors!" I fell in love with this performing arts school's productions when friends took me to "Hamlet" - an unbelievably ambitious undertaking for anyone that delivered beautifully. I returned with my fiance for "Wizard of Oz" and, though I was entertained, I did find myself disappointed in the calibre of talent on the stage. But not being one to give up on a good entertainment value, my fiance and I ventured forth to attend "Little Shop of Horrors" - and we're glad we did! All I can say is "what a show!" The Greek chorus of three Supremes-esque girls rocked the house, the young man portraying Musnick was superb, and Seymour was a great mix of a nebbish with a voice. But it was the girl cast as Audrey that lit up the stage. She was at once absurd, credible and vulnerable. Her accent and movements were spot on and her voice was incredible -
one wonders if she's new to the program or where she was when Oz was cast (not that the Dorothy they
cast didn't do an okay job). Not even the amazing man eating plant, a usual scene stealer, could outshine
this amazing girl's stage presence. The young man playing Orin, the dentist, proved to be incredibly talented after a rocky start. And kudos to the puppeteers and the voice of Audrey II for an amazing performance. We will be back -- and bringing more potential fans with us! Thanks for the show. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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