I guess I'm a slow study but it's taken the Internet and websites and social media and blogs to make me understand that Howard Ashman's fans are all over the world.
This blog is my attempt to make up for lost time.
Da Doo Blog
What does it mean?
...well, absolutely nothing unless you're a fan of Little Shop of Horrors. But it's a funny sound, a funny song and very much a part of Howard Ashman's legacy.
I’m Howard’s sister, Sarah and I hope you’ll join me here as I write about Howard Ashman – the man and the artist. Below is a photo from our family album. I don’t remember whether it was Halloween or a backyard production we were preparing for. It doesn’t matter any more, what remains is the photo and the memory of a brother who always had my back, who drew me into a world of imagination – and who was damn good with a makeup brush.
Da Doo - it means we're going to have Some Fun Now.
Well that was fun.
First the Supreme Court agrees that people, all people, have the right to marry. And be healthy.
Then Little Shop of Horrors and Ellen Greene manage to raise the roof off City Center (hats off to Ben Brantley ...
Justin Kudwa recently posted an interesting video on Feed Me. It’s one I’d never seen. From 1982, it’s an interview at the 92nd Street Y with a few theater luminaries. They’re all talented, relatively new guys on the block, ...
The director’s cut of Little Shop is now available on Blu Ray and I hope it has a long and happy life out there.
Keep in mind, though, that even though Howard wrote the screenplay, the true Howard Ashman version of ...