The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Lux Tene­bris Lit­tle Shop of Hor­rors Re­sis­tance is use­less, earth­lings. Lit­tle Shop of Hor­rors is back and roar­ing for warm blood. Hu­man blood. I doubt it will be de­nied. The greatly cher­ished show has an al­most mys­ti­cal fol­low­ing and, with this pro­duc­tion, should re­cruit a new gen­er­a­tion of devo­tees. Sey­mour Krel­born (Brent Hill, who is be­yond bril­liant) stum­bles on a weird plant and brings it back to the florist shop where he works along­side self­s­ab­o­tag­ing Au­drey (lu­mi­nous Es­ther Han­naford). The plant soon re­veals it­self to be car­niv­o­rous, ra­pa­ciously so. What could pos­si­bly go wrong? Di­rec­tor Dean Bryant brings out a sur­pris­ingly deep well of emo­tion and im­me­di­acy, the de­signs and chore­og­ra­phy are pitch-per­fect and Erth Vis­ual & Phys­i­cal Inc has come up with a

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