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San Mateo Performing Arts Center
600 North Delaware St San Mateo, CA 94401
650-762-0258
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33 reviews
44 stars
attended Apr 20 2008

This show was fantastic!! The stars were all as professional as you could wish for!!! This was a true theater experience!!!! Loved it!!!!!

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Donna Collins Williams
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26 reviews
26 stars
attended Apr 19 2008

Terrific musical, great acting and beautiful set design. A great family evening out.

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attended Apr 19 2008

It was so good. The cast was excellent and I enjoyed it as much as a Broadway Show.

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Description

Broadway By the Bay presents Little Shop of Horrors, the smash Off-Broadway musical about a nerdy florist who makes a Faustian pact with a man-eating plant. An adaptation of Roger Corman’s 1960s film of the same name, composer Alan Menken and writer/lyricist Howard Ashman (Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin) set the man-eating plant down on Skid Row, with a trio of doo-wop divas singing the early Motown-inspired show-stoppers, such as “Skid Row (Downtown),” “Suddenly Seymour,” and the infectious title song. Twenty-two years after Corman’s B-movie classic (featuring the then unknown actor Jack Nicholson) debuted, Little Shop of Horrors became one of Off-Broadway’s longest-running shows, prompting a new movie version in 1986, directed by Frank Oz and starring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin.

About the Ticket Supplier: Broadway By The Bay

Broadway By the Bay is the only major musical theatre company between San Francisco and Palo Alto producing full-scale musical productions using local talents. We are committed to producing the highest-quality shows while maintaining accessibility to our community through affordable ticket prices. In our 50-year history we have received numerous awards and countless acclamations, but none as valued and important than the continued patronage by our community.