Little Shop of Horrors
book and lyrics by Howard Ashman
music by Alan Menken
With its outstanding musical performances, laugh-out-loud humor, and innovative puppet design, Little Shop of Horrors devoured the hearts of Constellation audiences last fall.
About this clip: In the show's high-octane finale, the bloodthirsty alien plant Audrey II and its zombie victims emerge to warn the audience of the plant's ultimate goal - to conquer the world, one city at a time!
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Little Shop of Horrors performed from October 18 – November 17, 2019 at Source.
Director: Nick Martin. Music Director: Walter "Bobby" McCoy. Choreographer: Ilona Kessel. Scenic Designer: A.J. Guban. Costume Designer: Frank Labovitz. Lighting Designer: Sarah Tundermann. Sound Designer: Justin Schmitz. Puppet Designer: Matthew Aldwin McGee. Properties Designer: Alexander Rothschild. Conductor: Marika Countouris. Fight Choreographer: Lorraine Resseger-Slone. Dialect Coach: Jenna Berk. Technical Director: Mike Salmi. Production Stage Manager: Katie Dooley. Assistant Music Director: Lucia LaNave. Assistant Director: Francesca Chilcote. Assistant Choreographer: Madalaina D'Angelo. Assistant Costume Designer: Kitt Crescenzo. Sound Engineer: Kevin Alexander. Production ASM: Casey Parker. Assistant Stage Manager: JJ Hersh. Scenic Artist: Megan Hart. Assistant Stage Manager: Erin Taylor. Ensemble: Christian Montgomery, Teresa Quigley Danskey, Marty Austin Lamar, Robert John Biedermann, Scott Ward Abernethy, Selena Clyne-Galindo, Alana S. Thomas, Chani Wereley, Rj Pavel. Understudies: Allison Bradbury, Carson Collins, Khaya Fraites, Brian Lyons-Burke, Carrie McKnight, Adelina Mitchell, Stephen Russell Murray, and Morgan Scott. Band: Walter “Bobby” McCoy, Marika Anne Countouris, Lucia LaNave, Dana Gardner, Philippe Brunet, Luke Spence, Jaime Ibacache, Benjamin Rikhoff, and Kendell Haywood.