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Livingston High School Production of "Little Shop of Horrors" Debuts This Weekend

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Credits: Marilyn Lehren, LPS
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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston High School spring musical, “Little Shop of Horrors,” opens on Thursday, March 17, for a four-show run, continuing through Saturday.

The tale of a timid flower store clerk who sells his soul to a man-eating plant, the musical is being performed at 7 p.m. from Thursday through Saturday, March 17, March 18 and March 19, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday, March 19.

In the LHS production, Jared Kirsch plays Seymour Krelbourn, a lovesick florist clerk who falls for Audrey, his co-worker, portrayed by Emma Giulianti.

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Julia Gaudioso is the puppeteer behind the Venus fly-trap-like plant that ultimately grows big enough to devour everything in its path. Janene Depalo directs.

Little Shop of Horrors will be performed in the Livingston High School auditorium, 30 Robert Harp Drive. Tickets are $12 and available at the door.

The cast includes (in order of appearance) Katie DeGuzman, Bailey Grey, Tilly Pecker, Arielle Fuhrman, Emma Giulianti, Jared Kirsch, Josh Meyers, Brian Miseo, Samantha Kahn, Meghan Nevola, Amanda Stephenson, Vincent DeMeo, Allan Lvov, Priyanka Nachane, Julia Gaudioso, Joe Lanigan, Jackson Rynar, John Lanigan, and Molly Greenstone.

The ensemble includes, Isha Battu, Tyler Bernstein, Lauren Critelli, Sarah Giulianti, Ryan Grossbard, Lauren Hirschman, Cassie Hui, Marissa Lipschutz, Alexandra Miller, Theo Offerman, Abbe Piels, Ashley Sanders, and Dylan Truong-Rosa.

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