Seen on Broadway: A Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors always seemed unnecessary, but, after having seen some of this season’s mixed-up new musicals, I found much to appreciate in Jerry Zaks’ production, now at the Virginia Theatre. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s adaptation of Roger Corman’s Grade-Z comedy-horror film cheapie is still a remarkable, hilarious invention, and Zaks has populated the stage with some first-rate clowns. As Seymour, the nerdy, lovelorn florist who ...

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