Past Musical:
Kentwood Players presents
Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors
Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the film by Roger Corman, screenplay by Charles Griffith
Directed by Michael-Anthony Nozzi
Musical Direction by Joshua Eli Kranz

Choreographed by Michael-Anthony Nozzi

Produced by Shari Barrett and Sheridan Cole Crawford
September 13 – October 19, 2013
Little Shop of Horrors is a comedy rock musical based on the 1960 science-fiction film by Roger Corman about a hapless florist shop worker named Seymour who raises a man-eating plant he calls “Audrey II.” The music, composed by Alan Menken in the style of early 1960s rock and roll, doo-wop, and early Motown, includes several well-known tunes, including the title song, “Skid Row (Downtown),” “Somewhere That’s Green,” and “Suddenly, Seymour.” The musical was also made into a 1986 film of the same name, directed by Frank Oz.


Played by
Seymour Krelborn ············ Brett Chapin
Audrey ············ Kristin Towers-Rowles
Audrey (Sept 20, 21, 22), Skid Row Ensemble ············ Carly Linehan
Mr. Mushnik ············ Peter Miller
Orin Scrivello, DDS ············ Randy Brown
Voice of Audrey II ············ John Devereaux
Crystal ············ Amanda Majkrzak
Ronnette ············ Elizabeth Adabale
Chiffon ············ Brittney S. Wheeler
Customer, Skip Snip, Skid Row Ensemble ············ Michael Sandidge
Radio Interviewer, Mr. Bernstein, Skid Row Ensemble ············ Cole Edward Wagner
Dental Nurse, Skid Row Ensemble ············ Shari Barrett
Mrs. Luce, Patrick Martin, Skid Row Ensemble ············ Rusty Gregg
Skid Row Ensemble ············ Fiona Okida
Hollister Starrett
Plant Puppeteers ············ Trevor Hart
Kobe Kubes
Cole Edward Wagner
Vine Puppeteers ············ David Contreras
Barbara Haberman
Adeline Hall
Stephanie Hotz
Fiona Okida


The Little Shop of Horrors cast gathers at Mushnik’s Skid Row Flower Shop.

Seymour and Audrey celebrate their newfound love in “Suddenly Seymour.”

Orin gets the girls to say “Ah” as he sings “I Am A Dentist.”
Audrey has new respect for Seymour after his plant, Audrey II, makes him a media star.
Ronnette, Crystal and Chiffon convince Audrey she deserves a better life... with Seymour.

While dancing a spirited tango, Mushnik persuades Seymour to accept an offer he can’t refuse in “Mushnik and Son.”

Ronnette, Crystal and Chiffon take you through the strange events occurring in Little Shop of Horrors.

Seymour and Audrey fall in love at Mushkin’s Skid Row Flower Shop.
Ronnette, Crystal and Chiffon warn everyone to “LOOK OUT” for Audrey II.
Audrey knows Orin is a semi-sadist but sticks with him because he is “a professional” dentist.
Business is booming for Mr. Mushnik after Seymour discovers the Audrey II plant.
As Audrey II begins to grow and bring him fame, Seymour wonders how to keep it fed.
Chiffon, Ronnette and Crystal sing the story of Little Shop of Horrors.
Photo by Roy Okida.
“Downtown, Skid Row”
Photo by Roy Okida.
Mushnik meets Seymour’s new plant, the Audrey II.
Photo by Roy Okida.
“Closed for Renovation”
Photo by Roy Okida.
Mushnik overhears Orin trying to convince Seymour to leave his flower shop.
Photo by Roy Okida.
“Mushnik and Son”
Photo by Roy Okida.
Will Audrey get everything she wants from Seymour?
Photo by Roy Okida.
Skip Snip and the girls convince Seymour to take the money and get the fame he deserves.
Photo by Roy Okida.
Seymour’s attempt to re-invent himself does not go over well with Audrey.
Photo by Roy Okida.
Photos by Shari Barrett except as noted


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8301 Hindry Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
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