PARTS AVAILABLE:


  • Seymour Krelborn: (Baritone/Dance/ Male/Appears mid 20s to mid 30s) Seymour is an insecure, naïve, put-upon clerk in a rundown East Side flower shop. He’s sweet and well-meaning but shy, awkward and lacking in social skills. After Seymour discovers Audrey II, his confidence grows as the plant grows more powerful. Vocal Range: A2-G4
  • Audrey: (Mezzo-Soprano/Movement / Female/Appears mid 20s to mid 30s) Kind and honest, Audrey is attractive and appealing even with an overabundance of make-up and less than tasteful attire. A fellow employee of the flower shop, she is Seymour’s secret love and Seymour names his plant after her. She is a bit of an airhead. She suffers from low self-esteem and feelings of hopelessness about her situation in life, including her abusive relationship with her boyfriend, Orin. Vocal Range: G#3-D5
  • Mr. Mushnik: (Baritone/Movement/Male/ Appears mid 50s to mid 60s) Mushnik is the owner of a failing flower shop and a man more inclined to yell than smile. The burnt out store owner is protective of Audrey, but treats Seymour harshly. Mushnik can be selfish and dark, but can also appear cheerful and friendly. His one driving principle, self-preservation, leads him to eventually adopt the suddenly famous Seymour. Vocal Range: G2-F4
  • Orin Scrivello: (Baritone/Movement / Male/Appears late 20s early 30s) Egotistical, rough and insensitive, Orin is Audrey’s abusive and self-involved boyfriend. A motorcycleriding, black leather jacket-wearing dentist, Orin is tall, dark, handsome, and sadistic. Orin’s addiction to causing pain is both his motivation for life and the cause of his eventual downfall. Vocal Range G2-G4
  • Audrey II: (Baritone or Contralto/Male or Female) A talking (and singing) man-eating plant, our Faustian villain is played by an actor/vocalist located offstage (no make-up or dancing!). Audrey II is conniving, street-smart and sarcastic. A sultry Rhythm and Blues voice brings the character to life.
  • Crystal, Ronnette, and Chiffon: (Alto/ Mezzo/Soprano/Dance/Female/Appear as teens-early 20s) This street-smart trio functions as a “Greek Chorus” and provides narration and a lot of style. They’re hip, smart, and the only characters who really know what’s going on.
  • Ensemble: (~6 men and 6 women) The ensemble will take part in group numbers and play several characters throughout the show including:
    Mr. Bernstein: a fast-talking media hotshot
    Mrs. Luce: a wealthy representative of Life Magazine
    Skip Snip: a smooth East Coast talent agent
    Customer: an overly enthusiastic passer-by
    WSKID Radio Announcer
    Patrick Martin: a sleazy opportunist
    Audreys III-XIII