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Little shop of horrors. Study guide. Discussion Topics . The story of Little Shop of Horrors is described as a “black comedy”. What does that mean, and what are some examples of “black comedy” or “gallows humor” in the play? . Discussion Topics .

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Discussion Topics
  • The story of Little Shop of Horrors is described as a “black comedy”. What does that mean, and what are some examples of “black comedy” or “gallows humor” in the play?
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  • Although the events of the play take place both indoors and outdoors, the set never really changes. How are the different scenes staged so that you know where the characters are supposed to be?
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  • Of all the characters, who do you like the best? Which character behaves closest to the way you would if you were ever in a similar situation?
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  • How does Seymour justify the murder of Orin Scrivello? Mr. Mushnik? Do you think Seymour is basically a good person or a bad person?
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  • Is there a moral to the story and, if so, what is it?
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  • Horror and comedy are often used by storytellers to confront topics that are uncomfortable or unpleasant. What does this play have to say about the fears and concerns of America in 1960? Are those concerns still valid today?
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