The Little Shop of Horrors

Mac-Haydn presents The Little Shop of Horrors through August 18. The play opened on Broadway in 1982, but it still engages audience in its science fiction fantasy about what can happen with plants. On opening night before the show, Bob and I interviewed three of the leads. Emily Kron who plays Audrey, Andrew Burton Kelley who plays Seymour Krelborn, and Pat Moran who plays the dentist, Orin Scrivello. We have enjoyed their performances in past productions, but it still amazes us that three, pleasant, articulate actors can so completely become other people.  on stage. It is also amazing how many musical worlds audiences can enter during a season at Mac-Haydn Theatre. From King Arthur’s court to Sunset Boulevard’ and along the way  a Boston Theatre, a, Chicago high school, and on to 19th century America, and with this show  to a run-down flower shop with Oklahoma as the last stop on the journey. Seeing the ensemble transform as they sing and dance  through the many  different costumes, sets and  music is  as exciting as the transformation of the leading actors in their various roles. Little Shop of Horrors is funny, sweet and sad with wonderful music.  After you listen to our interview by clicking on Little Shop of Horrors Interview 

Watch this Little Shop of Horrors video

Then for tickets and information go to the Mac-Haydn website or call  (518) 392 9292 

Andrew Burton Kelley, Emily Kron and George Dvorsky
Andrew Burton Kelley and Emily Kron
Maya Cuevas, Madi Cupp-Enyard, Angel Harrison and Pat Moran

 

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