Feed Me, Seymour: Little Shop of Horrors screens at Center for Puppetry Arts This Weekend!


See this maniacal musical on the big screen

WHATLittle Shop of Horrors, (1986 film directed by Frank Oz, rated PG13)

A classic musical comedy about a shy flower shop employee named Seymour, his pretty but downtrodden co-worker Audrey, and a mysterious plant whose growth rate is surpassed only by its peculiar appetite.

To celebrate this cult classic, the Center will also host a couple contests for patrons to show off their love of Little Shop.  Patrons can come dressed in their best Little Shop costume for a chance to win 4 FREE tickets to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.  Don’t have a costume? No problem!  Patrons can do their best “Feed Me, Seymour!” impression of Audrey Two for a chance to win a Venus Fly Trap plant.

WHENSaturday, November 15, 2014 at 7 p.m., Museum opens at 6 p.m., Beer/wine bar opens at 6:15 p.m.

WHERE: Center for Puppetry Arts, 1404 Spring Street NW Atlanta, GA 30309

HOW:  Tickets are free for Center Members and only $7.00 for Non-members. Tickets also include admission to the museum exhibits. Members must call to reserve seats.


Not a Member? Join today to enjoy FREE admission to ALL the Center’s films, including special Members Only screenings.  Visit www.puppet.org/contribute/member.shtml to learn more about Membership.

For more information, call 404-873-3391 or visit http://puppet.org/perform/filmseries.shtml.


The film ticket also admits patrons to the Center’s Museum. Explore the Center’s permanent museum exhibit PUPPETS: The Power of Wonder, as well as the latest special exhibit Cinderella’s Tightrope: Adapted Childhood Tales. Visit www.puppet.org/museum for more information.

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