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Nashoba Tech Presents “Little Shop of Horrors”


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The Drama Club at Nashoba Valley Technical High School will take on “Little Shop of Horrors,” a comedy-horror-musical, with three showings.
        “Little Shop of Horrors,” by composer Alan Menken and writer Howard

Ashman, tells the story of Seymour, a nerdy worker in a florist’s shop, who raises a rare plant that feeds on human blood.
        Shows are scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 29, at 7 p.m.Friday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m.; and Saturday, Jan. 31, at 3 p.m. Tickets are $8 for students and $12 for adults.
        The cast is led by Marc Macedo (senior, Chelmsford) as Seymour, Lindsey Callan (sophomore, Groton) as Audrey, his love interest, and Jared Abreu (senior, Townsend) as Audrey II, the plant.
        Other members of the cast and crew include Ryan Belanger (senior, Chelmsford); Kalee Chapman (senior, Townsend); Rachel Cieslik (freshman, Pepperell); Ashley Conrad (freshman, Westford);  Jayna Hawkes (freshman, Chelmsford); Devin Hussey (junior, Chelmsford); Dominic Lisciotto (sophomore, Chelmsford); James Lisciotto (sophomore, Chelmsford); Cynthia Long (junior, Pepperell); Benjamin Marinelli (sophomore, Harvard); Skye Nogler (senior, Pepperell); Shelby O’Rourke (freshman, Chelmsford); Emma Parla-Aziz (senior, Tewksbury); Benjamin Petersen (sophomore, Billerica); Benjamin Richard (sophomore, Ayer); Emily Shaughnessy (senior, Ayer); Jessica Stevens (junior, Groton); and Aislinn Wolfe (sophomore, Pepperell).

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