Little Shop of Horrors
Book and Lyrics Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith
Originally produced by the WPA Theatre (Kyle Renick, Producing Director)
Originally produced at the Orpheum Theatre, New York City by the WPA Theatre, David Geffen, Cameron Mackintosh and the Shubert Organization
Directed by Jeffrey Diodati
Musical Direction by Danielle Wahl
Choreography by Danielle Desmarais
Auditions are held at the Beddington Heights Community Arts Centre
375 Bermuda Dr NW, Calgary, AB (Click here for directions).
Please note that FRC produces shows on a volunteer, recreational basis, and does not financially compensate participants except for pre-approved show-related expenses.
If you have played for an FRC show previously:
- Please sign up for a time and submit a 1-2 page resume. Indicate if you would prefer to play for the panel or have them review your FRC performance history.
- At your scheduled time the Musical Director will meet with you to discuss your experience and suitability for the show.
If you have not played for an FRC show previously:
- Please sign up for a time and submit a 1-2 page resume. You will be provided music to prepare in advance of your scheduled time. Different shows require different styles, so please come prepared to play a piece in each style that you are comfortable with.
- Percussionists will be asked to submit a video in advance rather than bringing your kit to the audition.
About the Show
This cult favourite musical (penned by the beloved mouse-eared team of Ashman and Menken) has fuelled the imaginations of Broadway and Hollywood audiences for more than thirty years.
Looks like you're not happy unless I open a vein. I'll give you a few drops if that'll appease. Now please - oh please - grow for me!
Timid and tragic Seymour Krelborn canï¿½t catch a break. Life is tough in Skid Row, especially for a poor, orphaned florist who is hopelessly in love with his unattainable co-worker, the lovely but naï¿½ve Audrey. That is until a mysterious plant appears, changing his fortunes forever. Set to a score of Rock & Roll, Motown, and Doo-Wop, this black comedy is deliciously disturbing, thrillingly theatrical, and horrifically hilariousï¿½ you wonï¿½t want to miss it.
If you wanna be profound, if you really gotta justify, take a breath and look around, a lot of folks deserve to die.
June 9th - 24th, 2017, Beddington Heights Community Arts Centre
PLEASE NOTE: For the week prior to opening (beginning Sunday June 4th), please expect a rehearsal or other activity on each day.
The rehearsal schedule is currently TBD and will be determined based on musician availability. Availability will be confirmed at the audition/interview.
- Electric Bass
- Tenor Saxophone
Please Note: Reed players who are able to double are required for this show. Preferred combinations are flute/clarinet or clarinet/tenor saxophone.
Book your audition online!
Please choose an audition time below and complete the request form.
Please note: If you have not booked an audition by 2 hours prior to the start of auditions on the day of your audition, please PHONE the direct office line at 587-332-0250.
For all other inquiries, please call 403-246-8505 (ext. 3 for auditions)
This is for musician auditions!
March 9, 2017