MTI Presents LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, 8/25
Music Theatre of Idaho presents LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, August 25 through September 1. For tickets and more information, visit: http://www.mtionline.org or call (208) 468-2385.
The show schedule is as follows: Fri-Sat Aug 24-25, Fri Aug 31, Sep 1 at 7:30 pm; Matinees Sat Aug 25, Sat Sep 1 at 1:30 pm.
Seymour works at a flower shop, attending a plant who he has named Audrey II (after the love of his life). However, his plant is no normal plant. It came from outer space and requires a diet of fresh blood. Seymour starts by giving the plant his own blood, but when people start dying, the plant wants more than a few drops of blood. This pop musical has a cult following and is really more funny and campy than scary. A perfect fit for the Halloween season!
Music Theatre of Idaho, Inc. was founded as a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 corporation, in order to provide opportunities for individuals to expand and explore their interests in musical theatre production while presenting the community with professional quality, family-centered, affordable live musical theatre. Further, the MTI seeks to engage and educate persons of all ages through outreach programs centered on live theatre production.
Since 1997, the MTI has grown into a thriving arts force in the Treasure Valley. The MTI provides performance opportunities for over 200 persons each season and over 10,000 patrons are treated to the MTI’s professional quality, affordable and family centered musicals each season. In five years’ time the MTI has developed a subscription base of over 1400 season ticket holders. The Music Theatre of Idaho is absoluteley committed to its original mission. Each year the MTI produces one or more “Arts in Education” productions for students of the Treasure Valley. Each season, thousands of area students are introduced to the magic of live theatre through the MTI's educational productions. The MTI is staffed by over 100 community service volunteers from 6 years old through senior citizen age. During production season MTI volunteers contribute over 700 community service hours per week.