Movies on the Rooftop: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

Watch Trailer Director: Frank Oz
Cast: Steve Martin, Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, John Candy


Seating starts 8:30pm, film starts at 9pm.

Join us for a special rooftop film screening in conjunction with our Ceramics at the Cinema event!

Screening of this film will take place atop the Athens City Parking Garage. Seating will begin at 8:00 p.m. and the film will begin around 9:00 p.m. (whenever it gets dark enough). In case of rain in the forecast, the event may be relocated to The Athena Cinema.

“Feed me, Seymour..!”

Taking cues equally from 1950’s b-movie sci-fi films and Doo-Wop, Greek tragedy, Broadway musicals, and hilarious comedy, Little Shop of Horrors was an instant classic when it came out in 1986. The story centers on nerdy florist Seymour (Rick Moranis) and his beautiful co-worker Audrey (Ellen Greene) who work in a flower shop in New York’s seedy Skid Row district. One day, Seymour discovers an unusual plant that feeds on human blood. Seymour feeds the plant – first from his own supply of vital fluid, later by agreeing to murder hapless victims – and the more he feeds it, the smarter and more voracious it gets. Seymour finds himself awash in fame and notoriety, and hopes it will lead to a love connection with Audrey; however, Orin, Audrey’s masochistic dentist boyfriend played by Steve Martin, stands in the way. Seymour has to make a choice about how far he’ll go to get what he wants.

Directed by Muppet-eer Frank Oz, this fantastic film features a supporting cast that includes John Candy, Bill Murray, Christopher Guest, and James Belushi, as well as unforgettable musical numbers that’ll have you singing in your seat. Nominated for two Academy Awards – Best Original Song and Best Visual Effects – Little Shop of Horrors has everything that a cult classic needs to keep on growing!



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Running Time: 94 MIN94 MIN
This Film is Wheelchair Accessible