So three day Little Shop Of Horrors days were done! Hope you enjoyed my queues, or got fed up! ;)
I’ll keep posting/reblogging lsoh stuff regularly, as usual. It never gets old. Thank you so much, Howard Ashman & Alan Menken!
It’s coming to an end…
Here’s an updated version of my collection! I don’t think I’ve ever gone through and listed everything I have in it so I’ll do that special for you guys since today’s the 23rd.
- The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) Legend Films DVD
- The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) Alpha Video DVD
- The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) Passion Productions DVD
- The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) Front Row Entertainment VHS
- Little Shop of Horrors (1986) VHS
- Little Shop of Horrors (1986) DVD
- Little Shop of Horrors Director’s Cut (1986) DVD
- Little Shop of Horrors Director’s Cut (1986) Blu-Ray
- Little Shop of Horrors Director’s Cut (1986) Japanese Blu-Ray
- Little Shop of Horrors Original Off-Broadway cast LP
- Little Shop of Horrors Original Off-Broadway cast soundtrack
- Little Shop of Horrors Original Motion Picture soundtrack
- Mean Green Mother From Outer Space single
- Little Shop of Horrors 2003 Broadway Revival soundtrack
- The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) comic book adaptation (All three issues)
- Little Shop of Horrors (1986) comic book adaptation
- Little Shop of Horrors (1986) Topps trading cards (complete set)
- Starlog issue #113 feat. Rick Moranis as Seymour and John Candy as Wink
- Cinefantastique volume 17 number 5 feat. Lyle Conway and Ellen Green as Audrey
- Better Homes and Gardens September 1959 issue
- Big Bad Mother by Rebekie Bennington
- Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist by clockworkmonkey
- Plant Food by GroovyGecko
- Feed Me! by Groovy Gecko
- Little Shop of Horrors T-Shirt from Richardson High School production
- Don’t Feed the Flower Crown by Raygor
- Richardson High School playbill
- University of Texas in Dallas Best of Broadway V: Creepy and Kooky playbill
- And last but certainly not least, my very own hand-crafted Audrey II!
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for the students
For iOS app PaperShip is easier to use which can use Mendeley account. The mobile app is free. Haven’t tried Mac version (not free) but looks good.
THE SCREENING ROOM: Looking Back at Little Shop of Horrors Throughout the Years (Video) - Playbill.com
The Broadway production of Little Shop of Horrors opened Oct. 2, 2003, at the Virginia Theatre, now named the August Wilson Theatre. To mark the occasion, Playbill.com looks back at various productions of the famed musical comedy.
Rick Moranis explains the original ending of Little Shop of Horrors.
I made Rick Moranis gifs out of footage I shot myself, might as well close this blog now.
Also the movie ending didn’t have the dead (and singing) faces in the plant either…
Which also meant they had to take away the “We’ll Have Tomorrow” line at the end.
I love that line… it made the tragic-but-funny ending a bit more hopeful.
LIVING FOR TODAY 7: Shing-a-Ling - A Night with the Broadway Urchins
- featuring Carla J. Hargrove, Trisha Jeffrey & DeQuina Moore
Oct. 27, 2014 at Joe’s Pub - Tickets are now on sale!
Titled Shing-a-Ling: A Night with the Broadway Urchins, the 7 PM concert will feature Little Shop urchins Carla J. Hargrove, Trisha Jeffrey and DeQuina Moore who till “take to the stage in a concert of their very own, featuring hits from the radio, the stage, and of course from the musical that brought them together.”
David Alpert (If/Then, The Trip to Bountiful, The Best Man) created the evening in honor of his late sister, Gilana Shira Alpert. He directs and produces the annual event that boasts a lineup of Broadway stars. “This concert and Gilana’s Fund are incredibly special to me. Not only are we raising money to help fund educational programming promoting acceptance, but we are honoring my sister’s memory. To have my friends from the Broadway community join me in this effort is amazing, and I am so thankful to them, as well as our audiences over the years, for coming together to celebrate acceptance,” Alpert said in a statement. “I’m thrilled to have Carla, Trisha and DeQuina with us again, I couldn’t ask for more talented, caring or giving performers. Their performance in the last concert was show-stopping—I’m certain that they’re going to blow the roof off of Joe’s Pub.”
The evening features musical direction by Jason Wetzel (After Midnight). (via Playbill)
About Living For Today: Now in its sixth year, LIVING FOR TODAY was created in 2008 by Gilana’s brother David, a director living in New York City. As a way to raise money for his sister’s fund, David gathered some of his Broadway friends to come together in song in a concert setting. The first three sold-out years were held at the Laurie Beechman Theater in Midtown Manhattan, and for its fourth year, LFT moved downtown to the historic Joe’s Pub. The fourth year welcomed a new component to the night, the announcement of the Fund’s recipients, announced live on stage. Every year the concert ends with an arrangement of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” a song Gilana cherished, and one whose message is an important one: to live for today.
About Gilana’s Fund: Gilana’s Fund was established through the Community Foundation for Muskegon County in 2007. It was created shortly after Gilana Alpert passed away in November of that year at the age of 26 due to a reaction to prescription medications. The fund, which has raised over $40,000, celebrates and encourages educational programming promoting acceptance and understanding of our communities, each other, and ourselves.
"We’re gonna do this for Howard." [Video]
The 1982 Original Off-Broadway “Urchins” Reunion:
"Little Shop of Horrors" & "Skid Row (Downtown)"
in STANDING OVATIONS IV: From Stage to Screen and Back Again at Joe’s Pub, October 16, 2005
Jennifer Leigh Warren (Crystal), Sheila Kay Davis (Ronnette) & Leilani Jones (Chiffon)
with Anthony Rapp (Seymour, National Tour 2004) & Jessica-Snow Wilson (Audrey, Broadway 2004)