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Volume 75, Issue 8 SERVING BREVARD COLLEGE SINCE 1935 Oct. 30, 2009
'Little Shop of Horrors' comes to BC
The 1960s sci-fi satire is re-envisioned by the Brevard College
by Thomas Lide
Little Shop of Horrors, originally
a 1960’s American comedy, is being
performed in the Morrison Playhouse in the
Porter Center from now until November 1.
This spoof plays off of 1950’s sci-fi horror
movies, originally starring Jack Nicholson,
has become a musical and film remake that
In this issue...
New student Q 'N'A
Cooking with Tex
ARTS & LIFE:
5 Dollar word
Where to kill zombies
Archived Crossword Puzzle
ODDS AND ENDS:
fall back from
time Sunday at
many have grown to love over the years.
The musical includes Seymour, played
by David Bergman, who is an employee at
a flower shop on Skid Row, who dreams of
one day being with his coworker Audrey.
Mr Mushnik is the owner of the shop and
eventually decides to close it down after
business becomes slow. Seymour then
develops an interesting plant that he hopes
wiU attract new visitors but only creates
new problems after reahzing that it feeds
on human blood.
Kathryn Gresham and guest director
Melissa Ricketts have taken the
responsibility of working with the BC
cast to ensure that the musical is a hit.
Whitney Gruber, who is portraying the
main character Audrey, says, “Little Shop
of Horrors is a spoof that will keep the
audience on their feet with the unique
costumes, satirical dialogue, and wonderful
music made from everyone in the cast.”
The show has already sold out through
Sunday, but if you have already purchased
your tickets, prepare to be gasping from
laughter during the play.
~photo courtesy M. Newton
Above.Whitney Gruber as
Audrey and David Bergman as
Seymour interacting early in
Top Right: Seymour and
Audrey begin to fall in love
Bottom Right: Seymour startled
upon realizing that Audrey II
photo courtesy M. Newton