These are photos from Joe Dunaway's Grow For Me model kit. The perfectly detailed Little Shop of Horrors' Audrey II has a moving mouth but remember: Don't Feed the Plants. More photos at Dunaway's site. Read more...
Tumblr seems to be abuzz with photos of low budget renditions of elaborate costumes. Earlier this week there was Low Budget Beasts, and now the Internet can behold Low Budget Audrey 2. While Beauty And The Beast’s Beast character requires an elaborate costume, a human-hungry anthropomorphic plant takes some serious stage planning and puppet skills. Show More Summary
The Technical Merit nominees for the 2014 Metro Awards were nominated by teachers who submit a portfolio of student work. (Pictured: Rockland Country Day’s “Little Shop of Horrors.”) Here are the nominees: Archbishop Stepinac: “Mary Poppins,” Nico Pechin (stage manager/crew chief) Blind Brook: “Guys and Dolls,” Sarah Haber (assistant director)... Show More Summary
Buckets of Blood at ACT: As part of its current production of Little Shop of Horrors (which Christopher Frizzelle loved), ACT Theatre is holding a Little Shop of Horrors Blood Drive. ("Feed me Seymour," wocka wocka!) It happens this Monday at ACT between noon and 6 pm. Show More Summary
My wife and I were watching a TV talk show recently, when the subject of flesh-eating plants was brought up. They mentioned the Venus Flytrap...even Audrey II from 'Little Shop of Horrors.' I told my wife that I believed there were some plants known to eat flesh...I was sure I had posted something about this many years ago. Show More Summary
Samsung UX (Scribd) — little shop of self-catalogued UX horrors, courtesy discovery in a lawsuit. Dated (Android G1 as competition) but rewarding to see there are signs of self-awareness in the companies that inflict unusability on the world. Tools for …
A reader says her yard has turned into a little shop of horrors. Umbra helps her seymore of the forest through the weeds.
All this talk of Jinkx Monsoon puts me squarely in the mood for a magical night of musical theater (so campy, so fey, so tragically gay!), and lucky for everyone, my probably third-favorite musical of all flipping time is happening at...Show More Summary
Bless Rick Moranis. The prolific comedian-actor had an incredible run in the 80’s, moving from SCTV to Ghostbusters, moving on to Walter Hill’s Streets Of Fire, Little Shop Of Horrors, Spaceballs, Parenthood and ultimately his own franchise, Honey I Shrunk The Kids. Show More Summary
Dan and I spent one of the best three-day birthday stretches of our lives—his is the 6th; mine, the 8th; we also celebrate the 'tween day—by going to see our blazingly talented daughter perform in her school production of Little...
It opened last night at ACT. Go. Or I'll kill you.
New comic book Wednesday has come and gone. The dust at your local comic shop has settled. An eerie silence descends as you finish reading your last superhero book of the week. Now it's time for something a little more sinister. Welcome to Bagged and Boarded: comic reviews of the sick, spooky, twisted and terrifying! The Walking Dead No. Show More Summary
Website From February 27 – March 9, 2014, Jerry’s Habima Theatre, Georgia’s only theatrical company directed and produced by professionals, featuring actors with special needs, will celebrate its 21 st season with the charming, tuneful, and hilarious Little Shop of Horrors. Show More Summary
My passport is like the blood-sucking, voracious plant from Little Shop Of Horrors -- the more I feed it, the hungrier it gets. Last year, my 103-year-old grandmother "Grandma Betty" and I were slurping down cones of melting pistachio...Show More Summary
by Wesley J. Smith Euthanasia and the Culture of Death are like the man-eating plant in Little Shop of Horrors: No matter how much you feed it, the beast always wants more! The Netherlands has been expanding the categories of the killable caste for decades. Back in 1991, a psychiatrist named Boudewijn Chabot assisted…
Euthanasia and the Culture of Death are like the man-eating plant in Little Shop of Horrors: No matter how much you feed it, the beast always wants more! The Netherlands has been expanding the categories of the killable caste for decades. Back in 1991, a psychiatrist named Boudewijn Chabot assisted the suicide of a woman […]
Other than the masochist character in Little Shop of Horrors, there aren't many stories of people who love to go to the dentist. Most people probably identify more with the portrayal in the 1976 film Marathon Man, where Lawrence Olivier...Show More Summary
In today's Urban Planner: listen to Sheila Heti discuss the art of writing memoirs, check out some punk-rock photographs, and stop by the Little Shop of Horrors. Books: PEN Canada presents the newest event in the Ideas in Dialogue series—Literature of the Self, a discussion between CBC’s Jian Ghomeshi and author Sheila Heti. Show More Summary
No one thought anything strange of the little old Italian lady who lived alone for decades in her small home. Always leaving her home early in the morning to shop for groceries, always asking the...
As noted in Part 1 of our consideration of the 2013 NAEP results, the twenty years of NAEP testing prior to 1990 are not presented this year by Duncan's Little Shop of Horrors. To do so would serve as a reminder of how the dramatic narrowing...Show More Summary