Will Roland and China Brickey Will Star in Guthrie Little Shop of Horrors | Playbill

Regional News Will Roland and China Brickey Will Star in Guthrie Little Shop of Horrors

Marcia Milgrom Dodge will direct the Howard Ashman and Alan Menken musical.

Will Roland and China Brickey

Casting is complete for the Guthrie Theater's upcoming production of Alan Menken and Howard Ashman's Little Shop of Horrors, which will play the Minnesota venue June 28-August 18.

Directed and choreographed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge, the cast will be led by China Brickey (Guthrie's A Christmas Carol, Murder on the Orient Express) as Audrey and Will Roland (Be More Chill, Dear Evan Hansen) as Seymour.

They will be joined by David Darrow as Orin Scrivello, Gabrielle Dominique as Crystal, Robert Dorfman as Mushnik, Erica Durham as Chiffon, T. Mychael Rambo as the voice of Audrey II, and Vie Boheme as Ronnette, along with ensemble members and puppeteers Time Brickey, Yvonne Freese, Kiko Laureano, and Joey Miller.

With a book and lyrics by Ashman and music by Menken, Little Shop of Horrors is based on the 1960 cult movie of the same name. The musical version debuted Off-Broadway at WPA Theatre in 1982 starring Lee Wilkof and Ellen Greene in a role that would become her signature. A Broadway production was mounted in 2003 co-starring Hunter Foster and Kerry Butler. The long-running Off-Broadway revival continues at the Westside Theatre.

The creative team also includes music director Denise Prosek, scenic designer Lex Liang, costume designer Sully Ratke, lighting designer Allen L. Hughes, sound designer Matt Kraus, puppet designer Chris Lutter, associate music director Jason Hansen, resident dramaturg Carla Steen, vocal coach Keely Wolter, fight and intimacy director Annie Enneking, resident casting director Jennifer Liestman, stage manager Lori Lundquist, assistant stage managers Jason Clusman and Matthew Meeks, and assistant director Wesley Mouri plus NYC casting consultant McCorkle Casting, Ltd.

Visit GuthrieTheater.org.

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