Sonya Ellingboe Last Thursday, Audrey ate teachers at tea time! Littleton High School’s drama department was intent on publicizing its upcoming …
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Last Thursday, Audrey ate teachers at tea time!
Littleton High School’s drama department was intent on
publicizing its upcoming production of “Little Shop of Horrors,” an
entertaining spoof on B grade horror flicks concocted by Alan
Mencken and Howard Ashman in 2003.
Meek Seymour Krelborn works at a flower shop, where he attends
to a special favorite plant he named Audrey, after his
He soon learns that the plant has a taste for his blood — and
then for people as it grows and grows and grows…
Kirsty Williams plays Audrey and Chip Bollendonk is the
stressed-out Seymour in the musical, directed by krissy martin on a
set designed by Frank Earley, with lighting by Stephanie Ortiz. The
orchestra is directed by Don Emmons and Jim Farrell is vocal
LHS alumni Kalen Meine built the plants in this production from
foam and Pontiac parts. The final Audrey specimen weighs 1100
pounds and measures 11 feet tall— and is up to no good as it
demands more and more!
Plant puppeteers are required, which offers yet another learning
experience for: Jessie Follett, Amy Garland, Paige Kinsley, Jared
Giammanco, Chad Armstrong and Taylor Adams. Other cast members
include Jake Nice, Nick Riley, Scott Egleston, Tessa Healy, Ashlyn
Mooney, Maddy Dockery Fuhrman and an ensemble.
In March, Bollendonk will move from the Seymour role to that of
Houstoun Waring youth ambassador to Bega, Australia, as he joins
the Littleton delegation flying to visit sister city Bega.
If you go:
Littleton High School is at 199 E. Littleton Blvd. Performances:
7 p.m. Feb. 24, 25; 1 and 6 p.m. Feb. 26. Tickets: $10/$7. Seniors
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