North Carolina Theatre Releases Little Shop Of Horrors Podcast

Top Quote Communications Manager Kristin Buie Discusses Upcoming Production of Rock Musical. End Quote
  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) September 09, 2010 - Kristin Buie, communications manager of North Carolina Theatre (, has announced the release of a podcast presenting information about Little Shop of Horrors, a rock musical that will run Saturday, September 18 through Sunday, September 26 at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium, located at 2 E. South St. Little Shop of Horrors is based on the 1960 classic comedy film The Little Shop of Horrors, about the bloodthirsty plant Audrey II. The musical debuted in 1982 and spawned a 1986 film adaptation.

    Please note that subject matter may not be suitable for some audiences. For more information about the musical or North Carolina Theatre's HipTix program for young professionals, call (919) 831-6941, extension 6944 or visit

    "Little Shop of Horrors is a delightful production, and fans of the films and musical won't be disappointed," said Buie. "We are excited to have Noah Putterman join another of our productions as Seymour, and look forward to sharing a great cast with audiences."


    - Noah Putterman stars as Seymour. A Raleigh native, Putterman previously starred in several NC Theatre productions, including Chess, Wizard of Oz and South Pacific.

    - Gina Milo stars as Audrey in her NC Theatre debut. Milo has starred in Broadway production Les MisÚrables, and several tours, including Les MisÚrables and Annie.

    - Stephen Berger stars as Mushnik. Berger has appeared in numerous Broadway productions, including Little Me, Laughter on the 23rd and Floor.

    North Carolina Theatre is Raleigh's premiere nonprofit regional theatre. NC Theatre was created to strengthen the cultural vitality of the region and cultivate musical theatre appreciation by producing outstanding professional Broadway musicals and developing the next generation of artists through youth training, performance and outreach programs. By preserving the unique American art form of musical theatre, NC Theatre is able to provide broad access to the arts and to entertain and engage diverse audiences. For more information about the theatre, upcoming performance and tickets, please visit

    Jake Potter
    MMI Public Relations
    (919) 233-6600
    jake ( @ ) mmipublicrelations dot com

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