GEORGE ENTERTAINMENT NEWS - The new Oakhurst Insurance George Arts Theatre stages the hit musical Little Shop of Horrors with a superb cast of actors form the George area.
The show revolves around a young botanical genius, Seymour Krelborn, who works at Mushnik's Skid Row florist with the beautiful Audrey.
Audrey is abused by her sadistic dentist boyfriend who becomes an attractive food source for Audrey II, a plant which Seymour finds during a total eclipse of the sun.
The plant, a cross between Jaws and a Venus flytrap, starts small, and grows as the show progresses to finally fill the stage! The show will be staged between 5 and 15 June.
The play carries a PG rating because of the rather dark themes the story deals with. It is, however, highly entertaining, with toe-tapping music from the 50s.
Come and see why this cult classic has been such a hit ever since 1986 when the movie was first released.
"Oh by the way, don't confuse it with The Rocky Horror Picture Show. There are no 'Sweet Transvestites' in this show!" says Wayne Strydom, who is now realising his dream of bringing this production to George, a dream he's had since he arrived here five years ago.
So get your tickets now at Computicket.
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