Context


Little Shop of Horrors opened on May 6, 1982 as a workshop production of the Players’ Art Theatre and on July 27th, it opened off-Broadway at the Orpheum Theatre in New York’s East Village. Despite offers to open in a Broadway theatre, director Howard Ashman, who was also the librettist and lyricist, felt that the show was better suited to an off-Broadway venue. The show ran off-Broadway for 2,209 performances and closed on November 1, 1987. At the time of its closing, Little Shop of Horrors was the third-longest running show, as well as the highest-grossing, in off-Broadway history. The

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