Partner Skip Chasey
Green Hill Cemetery Rock Port, Atchison County, Missouri, USA
Victor Anthony Wilmes Valentine (December 26, 1951 - October 1, 1992) directed "Little Shop of Horrors" on-stage in Philadelphia, Honolulu, Boston and Tokyo.
Valentine began his
professional career as an actor/dancer performing regionally in such shows as
"Dames at Sea,""Cabaret" and "Romeo & Juliet." He went on to co-found Rainbow
Children's Theater in Billings, Mont.
Among his other credits, Valentine directed the Tokyo, Boston, Honolulu and Philadelphia companies of "Little Shop of Horrors" and the Birmingham production of "Jesus Christ Superstar" for the Nederlander Organization.
Valentine directed and produced the Broadway Benefit at BAM, and choreographed/directed industrial shows for such clients as McDonald's, Avon and Little Caesar's.
Valentine died October 1, 1992, at his home in Santa Monica. Known professionally as Victor Valentine, he was 40. He was survived by his longtime companion Skip Chasey.