In July, tiny 7th House Theater went to tiny Open Eye Theatre to present a tiny version of this off-kilter musical for just two weekends. It ended up as the freshest, funniest, and most brilliant bit of musical theater in a long time. The show's nonexistent budget became a virtue, with overhead projectors and a duct-taped box used to portray the killer plant. Arrangements were simple, often performed with just a piano and an acoustic guitar. All of these tiny components combined to make Little Shop of Horrors an epic that seemed to stretch beyond the bricks of the proscenium and permanently into your memory.