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51 Star Starred
Attic Community Theater
northwest corner of Segerstrom & Fairview 2834 S. Fairview Santa Ana, CA 92704
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Plenty of parking; casual dress; some snacks and drinks available.
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Parking is free. Theater is freeway close.
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27 ratings
4.3 average rating
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26 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 03 2012

I enjoyed everything about this play!!

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12 reviews
36 stars
attended Feb 10 2012

I really enjoyed the overall creativity of the cast, crew and production! They were having fun and it showed - with 1 exception in the cast. 1 member did not appear to want to be there and they seemed disinterested in singing or acting. Which -...continued

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12 reviews
9 stars
attended Feb 02 2012

Such a wionderful play. I had seen it on Broadway many years ago and had forgottton how enjoyable it was. Great job with the set and props. Well done for community theater. The actress playing the girlfriend really stood out for me. The...continued

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A nerdish florist finds his chance for success and romance with the help of a giant man-eating plant who demands to be fed. This rock musical is composed by Alan Menken and written by Howard Ashman.

The music is written in the style of early 60’s/Moown and includes several well-known tunes, including the title song, “Skid Row (Downtown)”, “Somewhere That’s Green”, and “Suddenly, Seymour”.

Note for Parents : Although a comedy, this musical has dark themes and is not recommended to young children or very sensitive viewers. It’s campy noir not meant to be taken seriously, but the comedic plot involves a deranged dentist who tortures his patients, and a flesh-eating plant that devours people. Some of the serious issues, like abusive relationships and ultimately murder, twitch under the plot’s campy mechanics. It would be rated PG if it was a movie.