Tag Archives: Jessie Hoffman

Lightning Bolt Returns Again To Little Shop & Audrey II Too

Lightning Bolt Productions,’ Little Shop of Horrors delivers yet another merry recreation of one of the most amusing small musicals in the canon: an intentionally silly, unapologetically unsubtle hoot. If you haven’t seen in it in a while or, hard to believe, haven’t seen it at all, Lightning Bolt’s ebullient edition is a perfect reason to visit or re-visit Skid Row.

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Lightning Bolt’s Into The Woods Gives Modern Resonance

Into the Woods’ disturbing second act occurs in a boy’s nightmare in Lightning Bolt Production’s riveting, pulse-quickening production at the West Boca Performing Arts Center. Director Jessie Hoffman has re-imagined the musical from the narrator’s perspective. That character, who in this production is a 12-year-old boy, plays a larger role than in other mountings.

Posted in Performances, Reviews | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment