The production will bloom with color, horror, and hilarity accompanied by a delightful lively musical score as one of off-Broadway’
Meek, mild-mannered Seymour Krelbourn discovers an exotic plant with a strange appetite for blood and brings it back to the skid row flower shop where he works. As the plant grows at an alarming rate, so does its hunger for human flesh. Seymour, who is secretly in love with co-worker Audrey, names the plant Audrey II and strikes a deal to keep feeding the plant in exchange for fame and fortune.
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“Little Shop of Horrors” will open with a wine and cheese reception on Wednesday night, March 3 and 4, at 7 pm. Other production dates and times are:
Saturday, March 6 & 13 at 9 pm/20 @ 9:30 pm
Sunday, March 7, 14, & 21 – 2 & 7 pm
Tuesday, March 9 & 16 – 7 pm
Thursday, March 11 & 18 – 7 pm
Tickets: Opening Nights - $36
Come opening night and experience Big Shopping at the “Little Shop” at the J-CAT Boutique. Clothing, jewelry, accessories and more will be available for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Tickets for Opening Night are $36; for all other performances $27-front row seating/ $20-general admission/$12-
The Jewish Cultural Arts Theatre (J-CAT) is the community theatre program of the MAR-JCC’s Rabbi Norman Mussman Cultural Arts Department. Initially launched two years ago, primarily as an after school theatre program for middle and high school age youth, the J-CAT program has assimilated under its umbrella the MAR-JCC’s adult community theatre company, Actors In The Gym. This season, J-CAT youth and adult, will present a total of six productions, in addition to providing acting classes and workshops.
For further information about “Adam Baum and the Jewish Movie” or about J-CAT’s theatre season, call Lillian Andron, J-CAT’s Educational Director, at 305-932-4200, ext. 130
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The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center/Sanford L. Ziff Campus is dedicated to the enrichment of Jewish life and fosters the spiritual, emotional, and physical development of its individual members through all of life’s stages and circumstances. The MAR-JCC represents a model of acceptance, understanding and diversity. As such, people look at the MAR-JCC as a center of excellence that epitomizes how shared Jewish values support a vibrant and evolving constituency. The MAR-JCC is a beneficiary agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United Way of Miami-Dade County, and a member of the Jewish Community Center Association of North America.