UMW News Bureau
On Sunday, Nov. 8, the Montana Western Departments of Drama and Music presented their last showing of "Little Shop of Horrors."
Click here for a slideshow from the production.
Howard Ashman’s classic dark comedy was directed by Montana Western’s Larry Brazill. It was the first musical the drama department had produced in a decade.
Brazill and his cast and crew took their inspiration from Roger Corman’s original low-budget, B-horror movie in which a mutant, man-eating plant takes over the world.
“We tried to create the attitude and atmosphere of the original movie,” Brazill says.
Wells Fargo of Dillon is the premier sponsor for the 2009/2010 Montana Western Performing Arts Series.
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