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.
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