‘Little Shop of Horrors’ to start again off Broadway in September – fidgetcube

The Off Broadway smash Little shop of horrors will resume its run interrupted by a pandemic at the Westside Theater on Tuesday, September 21, the producers announced today.

The cast of the Drama Desk Award-winning production, which initially starred Jonathan Groff and later Gideon Glick, will be announced in the coming months. Tickets are on sale now for performances from September 21 to January 2, 2022; Check shopping sites for game times.

Directed by Tony Award winner Michael Mayer (Hedwig and the angry thumb, spring awakening), the revival of the classic Howard Ashman-Alan Menken premiered at the Westside on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 and opened to heavy criticism on Thursday, October 17. Besides Groff as Seymour, the opening night cast included Tammy Blanchard as Audrey and Christian Borle in several roles.

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Small shop tells the story of Seymour, an unlucky florist who has a crush on his colleague Audrey. When he discovers a mysterious – and voracious – plant, Seymour and Audrey are suddenly embroiled in an epic battle that will determine the fate of the entire human race. The musical first premiered Off Broadway in 1982, then was staged worldwide and was adapted in 1986 into the film directed by Frank Oz and starring Rick Moranis, Ellen Green and Steve Martin.

In addition to Mayer, the creative team includes choreographer Ellenore Scott, set designer Julian Crouch, lighting designer Bradley King, costume designer Tom Broecker, sound designer Jessica Paz, puppet designer Nicholas Mahon with the design original puppet by Martin P. Robinson, puppets from Monkey Boys Productions, hairstylist and makeup artist Tommy Kurzman, and music supervisor, orchestrator and arranger Will Van Dyke.

Little shop of horrors is produced by Tom Kirdahy, Robert Ahrens, Hunter Arnold, Mickey Liddell, Caiola Productions, Curt Cronin, John Joseph, DDM Productions, DeSantis-Baugh Productions, Elizabeth Dewberry & Ali Ahmet Kocabiyik, Wendy Federman, Roy Furman, Deborah Green, Kayla Greenspan , Marguerite Hoffman, Sally Cade Holmes, Latitude Link, Seriff Productions, Silva Theatrical Group and Eric Gelb / Oliver Roth.

Since New York Governor Andrew Cuomo last week gave Broadway the go-ahead to reopen in September at 100% capacity, shows including The Phantom of the Opera, Come From Away, Six, Chicago, Mrs. Doubtfire, Clyde’s, Company and Is not too proud established performance in fall 2021, with further announcements expected in the coming days.

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