A talented cast and crew drew a full house during performances of ”Little Shop of Horrors,” held at Islip High School this fall. Staged and performed by students of the high school’s theater class with the guidance of Dr. Richard Harris, the two-act black comedy based on the off-Broadway musical moved the audience with its story about a geeky florist who finds out his Venus flytrap has an insatiable appetite for human blood.
In addition to the quirky and fun-filled plot line, student-performers entertained the audiences with popular musical numbers including “Grow for Me,” “Suddenly Seymour” and “Suppertime.”
Director of Fine and Performing Arts Brian Kroll congratulated the cast and crew on such a wonderful production. “The singing, dancing and acting truly displayed the hard work that was put forth in order to produce such a wonderful show,” Mr. Kroll said.