Sunday, May 5, 2013

Little Shop of Horrors

My friend Michael Dresdner reviews the shows I can't get to, and some that I can. You can read his review of Little Shop of Horrors on his blog Dresdner's Theatre Reviews.

Laurels are definitely in order for Tacoma Little Theatre's current offering of Little Shop of Horrors, a high camp, over-the-top musical comedy that hides its dark side with exaggerated stereotypes, impossible situations, and flat out gaudy silliness. It’s a wonderful, lively romp with a sterling cast, an inventive set (Micheal O’Hara), great direction (Maria Valenzuela), superb musical backing (Terry O’Hara), and of course, the delightful puppets comprising Audrey II, in all their growing iterations.

L to R, back: Deshanna Brown, Alexandria Henderson, Kenya Adams. Front: Benjamin Cournoyer.
Read Michael's complete review.

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