Ellen Greene will always be remembered for her perfect performance as the unlucky-in-love florist Audrey in Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s musical Little Shop of Horrors. Greene first starred in the show in 1982 off-Broadway and went on to recreate the role on the West End and in the 1986 film adaptation, directed by puppet genius Frank Oz. Twenty-six years after the film’s debut, the New York Film Festival will screen the cult classic with its original ending on September 29 at the Walter Reade Theatre. This director’s cut will feature 20 minutes of never-before-seen footage, including Little Shop of Horrors’ original apocalyptic ending (in color!). Greene and Oz reunited at the Essex House in New York to celebrate their gem of a film. Check out the screening if you are in the New York area, and if not, let this video of Greene performing “Suddenly Seymour” with film co-star Rick Moranis be a consolation.