‘Little Shop of Horrors’ wraps up run this week
Pictured are some of the “magicians” that bring Audrey II, the man-eating plant, to life, Allie Ruhlander, Craig Carodine and Trace Williams.
Carriage House Players’ production of “Little Shop of Horrors” enters into its final weekend of shows this Thursday evening.
The cast and crew have spent their summer assuring that this is another great night of entertainment for you. The story varies slightly from the one made famous by the movie of the same name starring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin in 1986. Ben Spears who portrays one of the lead characters, Seymore, says “We won’t reveal how the story ends, you’ll have to come out this weekend and see for yourself!”
Remaining shows will be Aug. 8, 9 and 10 at 7 p.m. in the Adnia Rice Theater of the Lincoln County High School with an additional 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday the 10th.
The production team was pleased with the attendance for opening weekend as the cast put forth four great shows. Director Brenda Wilkes is joined by Assistant Directors Jennifer Bradford and Mickey Johnson with Lisa Adams directing the musical portion of the show and Jordan Allen choreographing.
As always, CHP is glad to partner with local business and individuals to bring quality theater to Fayetteville and Lincoln County. Please help show appreciation to the following business for their sponsorship: Absolute Nails, Access Realty, Angie’s Catering, Aranea Solutions, Inc., Askins Publishing Group, Inc., Bagley & Bagley Insurance, Bank of Lincoln County, Bradford Appliance, Cahoot’s, Carriage Chevrolet, Carter’s Drugstore, Crawford Supply, Dr. Beautiful, Dr. Dan DeJarnatt,
Elk Valley Times, ERA Realty, Farm and Home Realty/Mary Ann Tackett, Fayetteville/Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce, First National Bank, First United Methodist Church, The Flower House, Ray Fraley, Attorney at Law, Mack Hamilton, DDS, Harmony Hill Church of God, Higgins Funeral Home,
H.M. Management, Howard Bentley Buick-GMC, Ivy Wreath, Jeans Lawn & Garden, LaFuente Mexican Restaurant, Lincoln County Vending & Snacks, Lincoln County Vision Center, Dr. Jerry McKinney, N’ Designs, Parks Jewelers, Parson’s Oil Company, Pendergrass Supply, Ricky Pierce Remodeling, Putman & Hancock, CPA, Shoney’s,
Sir’s Fabrics, Stovall’s Body Shop, US Bank, Walker Crop Insurance, Wallis Family Chiropractic Center and WRSA-Lite 96.9.
Many of the CHP members have also chosen to come alongside sponsors with their support of CHP’s slate of plays each season. These individual and family sponsors include: Lisa Adams, Tim & Shannon Blackwood family, Sonia Bradford, Ray & Vandie Davis, Randy & Andrea Delap, David Grant, Brooke & Amy Grubb, Mickey Johnson, Mark & Teresa Mitchell, John & Patsy Moore, Randy Neely, Sarah, Eric & Sophie Shepherd, Karen Vessell, Brenda Wilkes and Nell Wilkes.
“We are always thankful for the businesses that act as our ticket outlets,” said Sonia Bradford of CHP. “We encourage you to assure you have a ticket for one of this weekend’s final performance by visiting one of these businesses this week and buying your tickets.”
Adult tickets are $12 and students are $8 and may be purchased at any of the following Fayetteville businesses: Bagley & Bagley Insurance, The Book Inn, Carter’s Drug Store, The Flower House, Parks Jewelers, Regions Bank/Park City branch, and Sissy’s Antiques. You may also have tickets held at the door by calling the CHP hotline at 931-433-1300 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We hope to see you at the show,” Bradford added.