Tag: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
The Clayton Youth Theater celebrated its 10-year anniversary by going back to its roots. The Saturday, Aug. 5th, closing performance of the musical Little Shop of Horrors was sold out. Director and founder Nikki Dyke created the Clayton Youth Theater in 2007 as a way to provide a positive mentoring environment for the youth of… Read More ›
When one of the major characters is not out of high school and some of the others are retired, you know you are attending a performance by a local theater company. This weekend, the Roxboro Little Theater Company presented Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s Little Shop of Horrors. Directed by Ray Pearce, the show was… Read More ›
“Little Shop of Horrors,” based on the low-budget, 1960 film of the same name, is a play that often finds itself in a bit of a predicament: if it is put on by a major theatre, one that pulls out all the stops and spares no special effect, it often loses a bit of its… Read More ›
Audrey II, that Mean Green Mother from Outer Space, is back! This time, the wonderfully wicked man-eating plant will thrive at the North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre, which is presenting a community-theater production of “Little Shop of Horrors” on Sept. 14-16, 21-23, and 28-30 in its theater in the Greystone Village Shopping Center in north Raleigh, NC. The 1982 Off-Broadway hit is based on director Roger Corman’s legendary low-budget 1960 horror film “The Little Shop of Horrors,” shot in only two days for just $30,000.
North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theater announces auditions for Little Shop of Horrors on Thursday July 19 at 7 pm and Saturday July 21 at 10 am. Callbacks are Sunday July 22 at 1 pm.