Brent Hill & Esther Hannaford to star in Little Shop of Horrors national tour

Luckiest Productions and Tinderbox Productions, the producers of  the 2014 multi award winning Sweet Charity, announced today a national tour of the cult musical hit Little Shop of Horrors.

Brent Hill (Seymour) and Esther Hannaford (Audrey) | Photo by Jefff Busby
Brent Hill (Seymour) and Esther Hannaford (Audrey) | Photo by Jefff Busby

The production will premiere at Hayes Theatre Co in Sydney in February 2016 followed by seasons in Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane.

Directed and Choreographed by award winning duo Dean Bryant and Andrew Hallsworth (Sweet Charity, Anything Goes) and musically directed by Andrew Worboys, Little Shop of Horrors will star Brent Hill (Rock of Ages, Jerry’s Girls) as Seymour and Esther Hannaford (Miracle City, King Kong) as Audrey.

“We are thrilled to reassemble our dynamic creative team from Sweet Charity for a brand new collaborative theatrical adventure. Audiences are going to be bowled over by the unique vision, our sensational cast, and our very own, never-before-seen ‘Audrey II.’ We’re very excited about taking this new production all around Australia.” said the Producers.

The cast will also include Tyler Coppin (Strictly Ballroom, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) as Mr Mushnik, Scott Johnson (Jersey Boys) as Orin the dentist, Angelique Cassimatis (The Rocky Horror Show), Josie Lane (Miracle City, Fame) and Chloe Zuel (Legally Blonde) play the three Supreme-esque streetwise urchins, Dash Kruck (Violet) and Kuki Tipoki (Sweet Charity) complete the cast playing in the ensemble.

Tickets are now on sale for the Sydney season with other cities on sale in coming weeks.

For more information visit: Littleshoptour.com.au

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