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Now Showing Little Shop of Horrors

Come visit the Little Shop of Horrors (Photo Courtsey of Nate Hawk)
Come visit the Little Shop of Horrors (Photo Courtsey of Nate Hawk)

The Fallston High School Drama Company is coming back, bigger and “greener” than ever with Little Shop of Horrors on April 26th and 27th at 7:00 p.m. and April 28th at 2:00p.m. in the Fallston High School Auditorium. Mr. Houck, the director, says, “I hope that this musical shows the community our range as a theatre company, as well as the incredible talent we have within our walls.”    

The story follows Seymour Krelborn, a nerdy florist, who tries to find love and romance with the help of a man-eating plant.   Will he find love? What will happen? 

The cast is putting together a great show, and it is clear to see as Olivia Querns, who plays Audrey, says that she is “so excited to see how everyone adjusts to their different roles and can’t wait to hear how the music comes together!   

The cast is as close as ever and is excited for a fun show. Seymour, played by Lawrence Acevedo, says he “hopes everyone has a blast and makes lasting memories, like the memories we’ve all made from our previous productions, all while always putting on an amazing show!”      

Lawrence and Liv are joined by 16 other amazing actors. See the cast below: 

Mr. Mushnik- Nate Hawk 

Orin Scrivello- Eric Vanderbeek 

The Voice- Stevie Bell 

Urchin Trio- Jules Vendetti, Kaylee Spiegel, Madison Tran 

Key Ensemble- Lex Courtney, Zack Patton, Lillian Shoobridge, Maddie Stevens 

Ensemble-Kai Alon, Corrine Carlson, Chloe Gehring, Gabe Greear, Kaden Henderson, Careina Rowe 

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Addy Rebasti, Staff Reporter
Addy Rebasti is a senior here for her second year as both a Staff Reporter and the CEO (chief entertainment officer) on The Print. She is on Fallston’s swim team, spends a lot of time volunteering as a peer at her Church, and is the President of the Girls Who Code Club. She is also a part of Voices of Equity, Academic Team, Set Design, National Honor Society, English National Honor Society, and Science National Honor Society. This summer, Addy was a lifeguard and saw Taylor Swift in concert twice. Addy’s favorite color is pink. 
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