Gideon Glick Says Playing Seymour In 'Little Shop' Has Always Been A Dream


On this Show and Tell with Frank DiLella, Tony Nominee Gideon Glick chats about his Broadway career, starring in Little Shop of Horrors Off-Broadway and what performance opportunity he wants to tackle next!

Glick says that playing Seymour has always been a dream, "I grew up listening to (Little Shop) of course with my family. We sang it on road trips, I was obsessed with the movie. I always wanted to play Seymour and I always wanted to play Audrey, I wanted to do both...In this production, Christian Borle is fearless in his choices and when I watching, I was laughing from places I didn't know in my body. It was so guttural. And he is so alive and so electric and so is Tammy Blanchard in a very different way. She is living in the gorgeous creation she created... she is different every night."

To see Gideon Glick as Seymour in his final weeks, visit the official website for tickets. Jeremy Jordan will takeover as Seymour following Glick beginning March 17.

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