Princess Margaret Secondary students are thrilled to be presenting a musical full of song, dance and of course, a talking murderous plant.
Little Shop of Horrors hits the stage at Maggie this week, for just five total performances.
The classic campy show is the product of months of hard work by the students of Horseshoe Theatre, and may volunteers, parents and staff, and is sure to be a blast.
"The dark comedy follows the path of Seymour Krelborne, an unlikely hero who works in Mushnik’s Flower Shop on Skid Row. He has hope of getting up and out somehow, someday, and maybe rescuing Audrey, a girl with a past, along with him," reads a description on the School District 67 website.
"Enter a mysterious and interesting plant that seems to bring enormous good fortune. The good luck comes with a cost, though, as the Ronettes, the Greek Chorus of the show, take us through to the shocking finale."
Starting Feb. 1 through Feb. 4, there will be a show per night starting at 7 p.m., and one matinee on Sunday, Feb. 5, all in the auditorium at Maggie.
Tickets are $10 in presale, and $15 at the door, which will be cash only. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here or call 250-770-7620, ext. 6205.