Theater review: Cedar Crest's feeling 'Little Shop' was a guilty pleasure

February 26, 2014

In wise B-movie style, an picture of Allentown’s Eighth Street Bridge was draped in meaningful vines in a feeling prolongation of a low-pitched “Little Shop of Horrors” presented by Cedar Crest College final weekend.

The outcome was deftly continued via a set pieces, as vines and roots snuck their approach over stoops and doorways in a dumb story of plant dominion. The final strain took it even over as vines forsaken from a roof to decorate a audience.

Director William Whitney kept a uncover relocating during a discerning gait and a was finish fun throughout.

As Seymour, a sad-sack floral assistant, Kevin Riddagh

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