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287 Star Starred
Ford's Theatre
at E Street NW 511 Tenth Street NW Washington, DC 20004
202-347-4833
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 67 members
Review from Nicole
30 events 5 reviews

Ford's was a fun production of a fun show. Everything was enjoyable, but I don't think that anything was outstanding. The singing was good, but occasionally seemed drowned out by the orchestra - I'd say particularly in the opening number and in...continued

reviewed Mar 16 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
4 events 1 review

It wasn't the broadway, but I thought the show was quite enjoyable. The cast was fun and talented.

I was in the balcony as well, and the sound/acustics on the first song were definitely off. But, I noticed a clear difference for the...continued

reviewed Mar 16 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Seymour Selig
34 events 22 reviews

It's a terrific musical with unique script, casting, songs, dancing, sets--everything you could want. The performances were superb. I laughed and smiled all the way through despite the macabre story line, which fit in perfectly!

reviewed Mar 15 2010 report as inappropriate
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Description

One of the most popular musicals of all time, Little Shop of Horrors tells the story of the well-meaning flower shop employee Seymour Krelborn and his wisecracking carnivorous plant, Audrey II. Seymour delights in the attention his leafy friend attracts, but when Audrey II develops a craving for human flesh, the situation spins out of control.

Coy Middlebrook, a key member of the artistic team for Shenandoah and Big River, makes his Ford’s directorial debut with this zany American classic.  Husband-and-wife team Christopher Kale Jones and Jenna Coker-Jones make their Ford’s Theatre debut as Seymour and Audrey.

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