.Theatre Works Presents Little Shop of Horrors at Lucie Stern Theatre

Buying plants for the holidays is a sweet gesture, but what happens if there’s a carnivore lurking among the succulents? That’s the basis of the hit 1982 off-Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors, now on the Lucie Stern stage in Palo Alto. The long-standing classic—including a 1986 film featuring Rick Moranis—is adapted for this stage to focus on a floral shop in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Local renowned director Jeffrey Lo (Vietgone, A Doll’s House) uses the new setting to explore the cross-cultural community between marginalized peoples of color, making the story all the more heartfelt.

Little Shop of Horrors

Opens Wed, Various Times, $30+

Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto

Grace Stetson
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Born and raised in Sunnyvale, Grace Stetson is a freelance journalist and content strategist currently based in Santa Cruz. She mainly covers housing, development and homelessness for publications in Santa Cruz County, but additionally writes on arts and entertainment topics for publications across the greater Bay Area. When not working, you can find her at a local coffee shop, independent movie theater, or out on a hiking trail.


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