Aaron Harrington Talks LITTLE SHOP, Puppetry, and His NC Roots

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This week, the off-Broadway show Little Shop of Horrors celebrated it’s 500th performance AND the 40th anniversary of the show. North Carolina native Aaron Harrington is currently voicing the role of Audrey II and while his character is sinister, those who know him know he is as softhearted as they come.

Hear the conversation we recorded for the podcast at BroadwayCon. This fall there is a new book coming out about the show, Attack of the Monster Musical. Click the link in the side bar for a sneak peek or to pre-order. Affiliate links provide funds to help further the mission of Beltline to Broadway.

For more information about Little Shop of Horrors check out the show’s website, https://littleshopnyc.com/.

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