Little Shop of Horrors takes stage in Rochelle
From press release
ROCHELLE, Ill.—Vince Carney Community Theater in Rochelle, Ill., is staging the musical comedy spoof on horror films Little Shop of Horrors March 12-14, March 19-21 and March 26-27. Friday and Saturday shows have 8 p.m. starts, while Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m.
All shows are in Paddock Hall at Hickory Grove, 1133 N. Seventh St., Rochelle, Ill.
Little Shop of Horrors centers on a down-on-its-luck flower shop and a young clerk who discovers a new breed of plant. As the plant grows, so does his success. Unfortunately, the plant needs blood to grow, causing the clerk to make some decisions about the people he meets on Skid Row.
The movie version is a cult classic with Rick Moranis playing the part of Seymour, the flower shop clerk.
Tickets are $15 and can be ordered online by visiting vcctrochelle.org or by calling (815) 764-ACTS. Tickets will also be sold at the door the night of the show if seating is available.
The Friday and Saturday March 26 and 27 shows have a dinner theater option. Abraham’s Restaurant will have a buffet dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Paddock Hall. Tickets for the dinner theater option are $35. There will be a limited number of non-dinner tickets available March 26 and 27 as well.
Cast members include: Jacob Waddle, Misty Laws, Terry Camplain, Jeani Camplain, Laura Ruckert, Dana Cox, Ross Freier and Tim Dorgan. Renee Page is directing the show.
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