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Summit Audiences Set to Meet 'Audrey II' as Stony Hill Players Ready to Stage 'Little Shop of Horrors'

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SUMMIT, NJ - A limited number of tickets remain available as Stony Hill Players prepare to present the sci-fi smash musical "Little Shop of Horrors" beginning January 27.

The troupe will perform the ghoulishly funny 'rock 'n roll horror comedy' that has entertained audiences for more than three decades. All shows -- set for January 27 - 29 and February 3 - 4--  will take place at The Oakes Center.

Meek floral assistant Seymour discovers a mutant breed of plant, a foul-mouthed carnivorous flower that promises him unending fame, and an insidious route to winning his true love. Only challenge is, Seymour must keep satisfying the plant -- which he named Audrey II -- and its lust for blood. 

For more information, including how to purchase tickets, visit stonyhillplayers.org. The Oakes Center is located at 120 Morris Avenue.

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