Time for that monthly summary of what got your attention last month here at The Producer’s Perspective:

And . . .

There was a period when Off-Broadway didn’t just mean a show that was trying to move to Broadway. It meant an intimate show that was designed for a theater that had 499 or fewer seats. The Fantastics, Little Shop of Horrors and Ruthless are just a few examples of shows that did well in a smaller house. Little Shop actually showed better at the Orpheum. I love intimate Off-Broadway theater.

 

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