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Pistarckle Opening Night for “Little Shop of Horrors” Is Oct. 9

See “Little Shop of Horrors” on Friday, Oct. 9 and enter Pistarckle’s Opening Night Raffle. Buy a ticket to opening night and be entered to win a beautiful silver, pearl and amethyst bracelet from the V.I. Collection St. John, valued at $350.

The play, with a book and lyrics by Howard Ashman and music by Alan Menken, is a send up of the 1950s monster movies and songs. It is a wild musical comedy about a man-eating plant from outer space that grows and grows and threatens to devour the world! See the extraordinary puppet transform itself on stage! The play is bursting with memorable, foot-tapping musical numbers certain to please all ages.
The musical is directed by Frank Bartolucci, musical direction by Marc Fellnererez, choreography by Cubie-Ayah George, conducted by Danny Silber and staring Gail de Haas, Marc Fellnererez, Tim Abraham, Paul Cater Deaton, Donovan Carroll, Cory Willis, Adam and Roxanne Kloper, Danielle S. Greenaway, Detra A. Davis, Christalia Mark, Kerrol Laurent and Giovanni Green. Stage managed by Rob Kunkel. Audrey puppets by Mad Max Signs.
Performances will be held at 8 p.m., on Oct. 8 (pay as you can), Oct. 9 (opening night), Oct. 10, 16, 17, 23, 24. Matinees will be held at 2 p.m., on Oct. 18 and 25.
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door, $15 for students and $20 per ticket for groups (groups consisting of 20 people minimum, matinees only). To purchase tickets call 775-7877, stop by Pistarckle Theater, or visit the following ticket outlets: Draughting Shaft, Marina Market or Mickey Mania. Subscription passes are available now at Pistarckle Theater. Save up to $55 off single ticket purchases.
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