Salt Performing Arts Presents Little Shop of Horrors, June 4 – 20, 2021

CHESTER SPRINGS, PA — Suddenly it’s time for another show: SALT Performing Arts presents Little Shop of Horrors, June 4 – 20, 2021.

Feed the need for musical hilarity with this delicious sci-fi smash about a man-eating plant. One of the longest-running Off-Broadway shows, Little Shop Of Horrors is a charmingly tongue-in-cheek comedy that has been produced worldwide to incredible success. SALT’s unique version is sure to knock your socks off!

Based on the 1960’s B-movie by Roger Corman, The Little Shop of Horrors was adapted to the stage by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman winning several awards, including the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, and it’s now the third-longest running and highest-grossing musical in off-Broadway history.

Featuring innocent charm blended with a wicked sense of humor, Little Shop of Horrors tells the story of the meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn as he stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” – after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it…BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s out-of-this-world origins and intent towards global domination.

“Little Shop is an ageless story of basic human nature: unrequited love and a desire to be, do, and have more,” expresses Lauren McComas, President and Artistic Director of SALT Performing Arts. “It has been compared to a Greek tragedy, a psychological fable, as well as a statement about the idealism of the American Dream. Our casting recognizes the marginalized in our society and how this story can represent any number of people groups on the fringe, desperate to get out of their current situation and make it Uptown.”

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Cast and Crew of Little Shop of Horrors:


Andy Patterson (Seymour Krelborn), Alessandra Fanelli (Audrey), Dan Williams (Orin Scrivello), Chelsea Barnett (Audrey II), Kai Kasiguran (Voice of Audrey II), Alicia Huppman (Mrs. Mushnick), Amelia Rottman (Crystal), Melissa Lesperance (Chiffon), Liana Henrie (Ronnette), Jason Scansaroli (Seymour & Plant U/S), Gabe Rottman (Orin U/S), Hannah Cohen (Urchin U/S & Dance Captain), Genevieve Brogdon (Audrey U/S), Sandi Joy Chadwick (Mrs. Mushnick U/S)


Brigitte Rottman (Director), Mike Toolan (Music Director), Erika Speer (Choreographer), Kim Whitehill (Assistant Director), Costume Designer (Lorna Kozlowski), Robbie Merow (Set, Lighting & Sound Designer), Laurey Zoladz (Props Master), Chelsea Barnett (Stage Manager), Anton Patriarca (Assistant Stage Manager), David Craig (Master Carpenter), Scott Merow (Assistant Carpenter), Lauren McComas (Producer & Casting Director), Judy Elliott (Marketing Director & House Manager), and Michael Styer (Photographer).

Pit Orchestra: Brigitte Rottman and Michael Toolan.

Details for Little Shop of Horrors are as follows:

In-Person Tickets

  • Ticket prices: $25 – $30/adult, $17 – $22/child. In-Person Tickets can be purchased here:
  • Seating is at reduced capacity.
  • All ticket sales are final.
  • If you need handicap accessibility, please choose seats in the Front Row A and email so that we can make arrangements to let you in the back accessible door to avoid stairs.
  • If you book your tickets on a mobile device, the system will choose the best available for you. If you book your tickets on a computer, you have the option of choosing your own seats.
  • Per CDC guidelines, unvaccinated audience and staff are required to wear face masks at all times before, during, and after the show.
  • Parental advisory: Rated PG-13. This production contains brief language and dark themes which may not be suitable for all children.
  • For more info check out our FAQ page.
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Live-Stream Tickets

  • Live-Stream Tickets can be purchased here:
  • When you purchase a live-stream ticket, you will be emailed a link to the stream with an exclusive stream access code, unique to you, for the date and time of the show you selected at purchase.
  • All ticket sales are final.
  • Live-stream access is just like attending the real show – the platform will not allow you to pause, rewind, or access the video after the show is over. Since it is live, there will be an intermission the same length as the one experienced by in-person attendees. Don’t sign in late, or you’ll miss the beginning of the show! We do not offer refunds for missed shows/unused live-stream access.
  • The live-stream is via the ShowTix4U web browser platform, which requires a computer or mobile device with an internet browser to access. Your access code will only work on 1 device at the same time.
  • For more info check out our FAQ page.

Show schedule:

Friday, June 4: 7 PM

Saturday, June 5: 1 PM & 7 PM

Sunday, June 6: 2 PM

Friday, June 11: 7 PM

Saturday, June 12: 1 PM & 7 PM

Sunday, June 13: 1 PM

Friday, June 18: 7 PM

Saturday, June 19: 1 PM & 7 PM

Sunday, June 20: 1 PM

Ever since the shutdown in March of 2020, SALT has adapted to the pandemic restrictions and circumstances to keep their community connected and the arts alive. Despite the challenges through it all, SALT has brought the community connected via online Cooped Up Cabarets, Beyond the Walls outside drive-in concerts, an outdoor Good Ol Fashioned Variety Show, and an outside production of The Last Five Years, an indoor production of Nunsense with performers in plexiglass boxes, Rise UP, a 6-year anniversary fundraiser made available via live-streaming, and A Christmas Spectacular via a video stream. SALT kicked off its 2021 season with a live and lived streamed production of  Annie the Musical.

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The mission of SALT Performing Arts is to provide live community theatre productions, Playhouses for Preschoolers, summer/year-round theatre camps for kids, dinner theatre, and more. With excellence as the standard, SALT, a non-profit organization, believes that the “community” is paramount in community theatre and strives to foster an all-inclusive atmosphere that promotes a positive, uplifting experience for each individual. SALT involves people of all ages from all walks of life. If you are interested in learning more about SALT Performing Arts, making a donation, or being a sponsor, please email us at

SALT Performing Arts, Chester Springs, PA 19425 is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes with a non-profit 501(c)(3) status. For more information, contact Judy Elliott (, 610-513-5839) or visit our website (

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