Little Shop of Horrors Delights at Olney Theatre Center
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The last date listed for Little Shop of Horrors was Sunday September 9, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Olney Theatre Center - Mainstage
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The economic ravages of 1930s New York threaten to destroy the tenuous ties that bind a working-c...Learn More
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Featured review from Robin Toblin BlumbergRed Velvet
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This was an excellent production! The sets were great and the talent was excellent. Particularly noteworthy were the dentist/other bit parts and Audrey. My fiance did not expect to enjoy the show at all and he really liked it, too. I highly recommend it!
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The scenery and production were great.All of the actors and actresses were excellent The actor who played Seymore was especially good. The actress who played Audrey was an understudy and did well singing but tried to make her speaking voice too...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Olney Theatre CenterLocated just north of Washington, D.C. in arts-rich Montgomery County, Maryland, Olney Theatre Center for the Arts offers a diverse array of professional productions year-round that enrich, nurture and challenge a broad range of artists, audiences and students. One of two state theaters of Maryland, OTC is situated on 14 acres in the heart of the beautiful Washington-Baltimore-Frederick "triangle," within easy access of all three cities.
An award-winning regional theater, Olney Theatre Center operates under an Actors' Equity Association Council of Stock Theaters (COST) contract, one of only three theaters in the country to operate under such a contract.
In addition to its mainstage season, which emphasizes 20th-century American classics, new works, area premieres, reinterpretations of classics and musical theater, OTC offers a wide range of programs and affiliations including: National Players, America's longest running classical touring company (since 1949), which performs for high school and college audiences in over 25 states; Potomac Theatre Project, which offers experimental and alternative plays that explore provocative and challenging human situations, ideas and visions; special school performances of mainstage shows; a free Summer Shakespeare Festival; and post-show discussions.