Actor's Express goes downtown to Skid Row with this twisty cult favorite about a nerdish flower shop worker, his unrequited love, a demented dentist and an insatiable blood-devouring plant. The musical ran off-Broadway for five years in the 1980s, was turned into a 1986 movie (with Ellen Greene as Audrey, reprising her off-Broadway turn) and revived on Broadway in 2003. You may know the tunes "Suddenly Seymour" and "Somewhere That's Green."
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Actor's Express is where you’re just as likely to see a Sondheim musical, a world premiere or one of Broadway’s most recent hits. Under the leadership of artistic director Freddie Ashley, this 28-year-old nonprofit company long favored by LGBT theatergoers, is more inclusive than ever.
The King Plow Arts Center
1887 W. Marietta St. Suite J-107
Atlanta, GA 30318