Seymour the Old Man Nerd
April 18, 2010 by Post Team
Seymour the Old Man Nerd:Gardeners attention. network performance in Ann Arbor is green in a big way with its latest production “Little Shop of Horrors.”
“Little Shop of Horrors” in 1982 in Off-Broadway musical about a man-eating plant, long a core of high school programs, drama, began life as a film in 1960, perhaps the most notable for the short starring a young Jack Nicholson.
The soundtrack was written by the songwriting team of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, shortly after the golden couple of Walt Disney Studios, responsible for hits like “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Aladdin has become . The musical revival has recently received a large budget, this time on Broadway in 2003.
Faust’s story about the adventures of a lowly flower shop clerk Seymour Krelborn (Jason Richards) who takes an unusual model of attachment that appears mysteriously after a total solar eclipse. He calls Audrey II, after crushing his people and the beautiful, but questioned the estimated Audrey (Courtney Myers), who is in an abusive relationship with a dentist (Aaron T. Moore).
The uniqueness of the plant attracts some attention, but does not really seem to flourish, accidentally discovered the key Seymour: human blood. First, there is no food Seymour. But as Audrey II grows, it requires much more.
Jason Richards makes a nice, kind Seymour sings tenor with a strong, clear and gives the character a personality beyond the old stereotype of nerd. His attraction to Audrey looks genuine and warm, especially in his great love duet, “Suddenly Seymour” in the Act
Ms. Myers could add a bit of vulnerability to her portrayal of Audrey, but offers a good song, anywhere, especially in his solo blues, “this is green.”
Love and Mr BJ Mushnik – head of Seymour “- is grumpy, but kind, and the Greek chorus, which consists of three very young women (Sharon Brooks, Hamilton and Sharra Diviin Huff) give talented beautiful harmonies.
Probably the hardest working actor in the cast-ng is Aaron T. Moore, who played not one but nine others, including the sadistic Dr. Orin Scrivello. Scrivello Moore plays with such joy that bad, though very angry personality, which makes it fun to watch.
This production of sample handling “real star, Audrey II, has the advantages of reinvention shows that sometimes for years. Historically, Audrey II from an American male is played with a deep voice, and performed on stage by a doll resembling a giant carnivorous plant. This production has a different direction, not just throwing a female (Naz Edwards), but the replacement of its facilities, the puppet. All this contributes to the Campy fun, and ultimately that is it is for everyone.
“Little Shop of Horrors” runs though May 9 weekly performances are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8 to look at the clock on Sunday at 2 and 3 pm matinee April 17 and May 1 Tickets from $ 28 to $ 44 in September with discounts for students, seniors and youth under 16 years. Tickets may be purchased by phone at 1-734-663-0681 or www.performancenetwork.org Internet.
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