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Little Shop, Little Shop of Horrors
For the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performance, we had a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. It is the nation's leading industry based HIV/AIDS fundraising and grant-making organization. If you have been to a Broadway show before, afterwards the actors will ask you to put some money into buckets for this fundraiser, and that's what we did. You can easily have your production be a part of this amazing fundraiser, and we ended up raising over $300! This was a great fundraiser to be a part of, and just added to the experience of being in this musical.
It's been two days since the last performance, and already I am missing the people and the show. I'm starting to catch up again with classes, and working on finding a co-op, but being in such a production is something I will never forget.
And! I declared my minor, and it's now Theatre Arts. =)
Here are some photos from the production:
-some of the opening, Skid Row. I'm the bag lady on the far right XP
-the dentist and the Ronettes.
-Mushnik taking a photo of Seymour and Audrey with Audrey II.
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