Terrifyingly terrific - Seymour (Coleman Miller), back, stands with his unique new plant - Audrey 2 - as the audience gets a taste of one of the musical numbers performed by the cast of the ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ production at the Bashaw United Church. The Doo-Wop girls helped tell the story of the play throughout with hearty numbers making everyone want to sing.

PHOTO: Bashaw musical finishes up strong

Barnside Productions concludes a successful run of ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ in Bashaw

Amazing musical – Seymour (Coleman Miller), right, shows off his unique new plant – Audrey 2 – to flower shop owner Mr. Mushnik (Morgan Benoit) and coworker Audrey (Ally Brigley) in the opening act of the ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ production at the Bashaw United Church. Locally operated Barnside Productions ended a successful run of the musical show in four different central Alberta communities with its final performance June 18. Photo by Jordie Dwyer


Picture perfect - Seymour (Coleman Miller), front, shows off his unique new plant - Audrey 2 - and sings one of the musical numbers in the opening act as flower shop owner Mr. Mushnik (Morgan Benoit) and Audrey (Ally Brigley) pose behind during the production of ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at the Bashaw United Church. The goal of the production is to continue to bring community plays to the area.

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