Little Shop of Horrors opens this weekend

By Gordon Lambie
Little Shop of Horrors  opens this weekend
Sonia Patenaude is the voice of Audrey II, the human eating plant, in the Borderline Players' upcoming production of "Little Shop of Horrors" (Photo : Gordon Lambie)

There’s a new store opening up at the Haskell Opera House in Stanstead this weekend, and the Borderline Players would love for you to come take a look inside. Starting this Friday, August 10, and continuing through the weekend before returning from the 17 to the 19, Little Shop of Horrors offers what is likely to be Townshippers’ only chance to get an inside look at the hilarious side of homicidal horticulture. Based on the 1960 film of the same name, Little Shop of Horrors is a musical comedy that tells the story of Seymour Krelborn, an assistant at a florist shop who happens upon a strange plant, which he names “Audrey II” after his crush. Before long, however, the unusual plant develops an appetite that turns poor Seymour’s life upside-down. See full story in the Thursday, August 9 edition of The Record.

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