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277 Star Starred
Ford's Theatre
at E Street NW 511 Tenth Street NW Washington, DC 20004
202-347-4833
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14 reviews
6 stars
Although we wanted to take Metro which is only two blocks away, they were doing track work and it would have taken us too long. There are numerous parking garages in the area. The lot next to the theater is the most expensive at $30, but just two blocks away, we paid $10.
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6 stars
The theater is right in the heart of the theater district. Between Warner and Verizon Center so there are lots of places to eat
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Reviews & Ratings

"Little Shop of Horrors"
67 ratings
4.5 average rating
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1 review
1 stars
attended Mar 16 2010

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

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22 reviews
23 stars
attended Mar 15 2010

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!

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4 reviews
9 stars
attended Mar 20 2010

This was a very enjoyable show. Seymour and Audrey did an exceptionally fine job. Audrey 2 was very well done. The only Character I thought could have been cast better was Orin Scrivello, DDS. While the actor was good, after seeing Steve Martin in...continued

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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.