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Little Shop of Horrors on stage at Manteo High School

Stage Left, Manteo High School’s theatre troupe, will present Little Shop of Horrors this weekend only. The play will be performed Saturday, November 3 at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.

The dark musical focuses on a hapless florist worker, Seymour Krelbourn (Kyle Logan), an abused clerk in the same floral shop, Audrey (Rebbekkah Eller), their boss Mr. Mushnink (Ariel Meija) and the ever-growing and menacing fly trap Audrey 2 (Alyse Stewart).

With catchy and silly songs and dance, the show is a pseudo-sinister romp. Directed by Connie Rose with accompaniment by Tommy Midgett, the show will have the audience clapping in time to the beats.

Tickets are $10 for orchestra seats, $7 for general admission and $6 for seniors/students.  Manteo High School is located at 829 Wingina Avenue in Manteo.

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