Tony nominees Brad Oscar, Bryce Pinkham join 'Little Shop of Horrors'

Tiffany Renee Thompson also joins the Off-Broadway production.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

They're going somewhere that's green! The Off-Broadway production of Little Shop of Horrors has announced three new cast members joining the show this month. The show has played the Westside Theatre since 2019 and celebrates its third anniversary September 17.

Beginning September 27, two-time Tony Award nominee Brad Oscar will take over the role of Mr. Mushnik from Stuart Zagnit, and Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham will play a six-week run as Orin Scrivello, D.D.S., temporarily replacing Andrew Call through November 8.

Oscar was last seen on Broadway earlier this year in Mrs. Doubtfire and is known for his Tony-nominated roles in Something Rotten! and The Producers. Pinkham is best known for his Tony-nominated leading turn in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder.

Additionally, on September 20, Tiffany Renee Thompson will join Little Shop of Horrors as Crystal, replacing Cristina Raé.

Little Shop of Horrors follows a nerdy flower shop worker named Seymour, who comes across a peculiar talking plant. The plant promises him fame and the love of his beautiful coworker, Audrey, as long as Seymour agrees to provide flesh for the plant's bloodthirsty appetite.

The current cast is led by Tony nominee Rob McClure as Seymour and Tony winner Lena Hall as Audrey.

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