Photos: Go 'Somewhere That's Green' in New Photos From Muny Little Shop of Horrors, Starring Patti Murin, Robin de Jesús, More | Playbill

Production Photos Photos: Go 'Somewhere That's Green' in New Photos From Muny Little Shop of Horrors, Starring Patti Murin, Robin de Jesús, More

The Alan Menken and Howard Ashman musical plays the St. Louis venue through July 31.

Travis Patton and Patti Murin Emily Santel

The Muny production of Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s Little Shop of Horrors plays the outdoor St. Louis venue through July 31.

Directed by Maggie Burrows with choreography by William Carlos Angulo and music direction by Andrew Graham, the cast features Robin de Jesús as Seymour Krelborn, Patti Murin as Audrey, Michael McGrath as Mr. Mushnik, Ryan Vasquez as Orin Scrivello and Others, Nicholas Ward as The Voice of Audrey II, Taylor Marie Daniel as Chiffon, Stephanie Gomérez as Ronnette, Kennedy Holmes as Crystal, and Travis Patton as Manipulation of Audrey II. The company is joined by the Muny Youth ensemble.

Take a look at the production in new photos below. Watch video highlights from opening night here.

Take a Look at Photos of The Muny's Little Shop of Horrors

The production also has scenic design by Krit Robinson, costume design by Leon Dobkowski, lighting design by Rob Denton, sound design by John Shivers and David Patridge, video design byGreg Emetaz, wig design by Kelley Jordan, fight coordination by Bart Williams, and production stage management by Matthew Lacey.

Little Shop of Horrors is based on the 1960 cult movie of the same name. The musical version, with music by Menken and lyrics and a libretto by the late Ashman, debuted Off-Broadway at WPA Theatre in 1982 (subsequently transferring to the Orpheum) starring Lee Wilkof and Ellen Greene in a role that would become her signature (Greene also starred in the film version). A Broadway production was mounted in 2003 co-starring Hunter Foster and Kerry Butler.

The current Off-Broadway revival at the Westside resumed its run September 21, 2021, after temporarily closing in March 2020 due to the pandemic.

The Telsey Office is the official casting partner for The Muny.

The Muny’s 2023 season also includes Rent (August 4-10) and Sister Act (August 14-20). Visit

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