Little Shop of Horrors

Set a perfect stage for your production of the funny yet bizarre rock horror comedy musical Little Shop of Horrors. Grosh Digital Productions offers the best projected images portraying the main settings in this title—from dingy New York streets and back alleys to the interior of Mushnik’s Flower Shop.

Little Shop of Horrors shines the light down on Skid Row, a perpetually depressed urban neighborhood. One of its inhabitants, the nerdy florist Seymour, takes care of a bloodthirsty but seemingly innocuous plant he named Audrey II. The plant takes its name after Audrey, a blonde woman Seymour is secretly in love with. Audrey, on the other hand, is in an abusive relationship with a sadistic dentist. The two lead characters both dream of one day leaving Skid Row and starting a life elsewhere. Meanwhile, Audrey II begins to demand more blood than Seymour can provide.

The musical Little Shop of Horrors was composed by Alan Menken and written by Howard Ashman. It was based on the 1960s black and white film called The Little Shop of Horrors by Roger Corman. First staged Off-Off-Broadway in 1982, Little Shop of Horrors later had numerous local and international runs, including a Broadway production.

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