Little Shop of Horrors Cast

Featuring Patrick Waller as Seymour and Martha Wilkinson as Audrey.

Starring Barkari King, Laura Matula, Aleta Myles,
Derek Whittaker, Jennifer Whitcomb-Oliva, and Bobby Wyckoff


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NickiD TV Interview:
"Don't Feed the Plants"

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Little Shop of Horrors
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Little Shop of Horrors
NPT Arts Break

Martha Wilkinson Interview on Out and About

Martha Wilkinson on
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Little Shop of Horrors Teaser


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Broadway World

Nashville Scene

Art Now Nashville

Press Release

April 4, 2012

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music by Alan Menken, book and lyrics by Howard Ashman

April 28–May 19, 2012
Previews: April 26–27

Johnson Theater, TPAC

Tennessee Rep Presents
Little Shop of Horrors

Seymour Krelborn is a nerdy orphan working in a flower shop with a huge crush on Audrey, a bleach-blond in spike heels. But there's one problem: Audrey has a boyfriend, a dentist in a black leather jacket with sadistic tendencies. So what's Seymour to do?

Enter Audrey II, an anthromorphic cross between a Venus flytrap and an avocado that Seymour finds. Audrey II offers help… but for a cost; the plant seems to have a craving for blood and soon begins to sing for its supper. Will Audrey II take over the world? Will Seymour and Audrey wind up together?

Little Shop of Horrors is one of the most beloved American musicals of all-time with instantly recognizable songs like “Suddenly Seymour,” “Somewhere That’s Green,” and “Skid Row (Downtown).”

Copeland Says:
I admit freely that Little Shop of Horrors is one of my guilty pleasures. There are very few musicals whose music I enjoy more—it’s fun and it’s witty and you really can’t resist singing along. I also have a soft spot in my heart for dark and twisted comedy. The plot of this story, if you don’t know it, is dark, twisted, and very funny. It is also very insidious—if you’re not careful, you’ll actually be prompted to serious thought, after you’re finished laughing. What are YOU willing to do to protect the one you love? What sacrifices are you willing to make to appear successful? What lengths will you go to to achieve your idea of a perfect life? How much do you hate your dentist? Comedy, romance, a talking plant, and great music… what’s not to love about this American cult classic? This is another show that the staff was uniformly very excited about—it’s exciting to think about the combination of the talented musical theatre actors here in Nashville with the delicious scenic and technical opportunities—you won’t want to miss what Gary Hoff will do in the Johnson Theater for this, and you certainly won’t want to miss meeting Audrey II.


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