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Frankfort resident Ken Czechanski (far right) plays Mr. Mushnik; (left to right) Mandy Barry, of Evergreen Park, plays Audrey; Rick Zwart, of Homer Glen, plays Orin Scrivello; and Geoffrey Purvis, of Homewood, plays Seymour Krelborn during rehearsal Sept. 3 for Curtain Call Theatre’s upcoming production of “Little Shop of Horrors.” T.J. Kremer III/22nd Century Media
Geoffrey Purvis (Seymour Krelborn), of Homewood, rehearses a scene with Lara Heritage (Ronnette), of Hobart, Indiana; Amanda Mascarello (Crystal), of Mokena; and Jamie McGuffage (Chiffon), of Tinley Park, at Curtain Call Theatre Sept. 3. T.J. Kremer III/22nd Century Media
TJ Kremer III, Contributing Editor
2:37 am CDT September 14, 2019

“Feed me, Seymour.”

Those chilling words from perhaps the most iconic, man-eating space plant in the history of theatre will soon be heard on the stage of Mokena’s Curtain Call Theatre, as it prepares to debut “Little Shop of Horrors” in eight performances spanning from Sept. 26 to Oct. 6.

It’s been a long time coming, but Director Mark Frost said now the stars finally aligned to bring the cult classic to Mokena.