The Story of The Producers ticketsAdapted by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan from Brooks' 1968 film of the same name, The Producers is a story about two theatrical producers who scheme to get rich. With music and lyrics by Brooks, and musical arrangements by Glen Kelly and Doug Besterman, this production featured not only a top-notch creative team but an All-star cast. When the show first opened on Broadway on April 19th, 2001, it starred Broadway it-boys Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. Subsequently, The Producers ran for 2502 performances and won a record-breaking 12 Tony Awards. Featuring raucous comedy that involves ridiculous accents, caricatures of homosexuals and Nazis, and many show business in-jokes, the musical is aimed to delight an audiences of wide ranges. Continuously on tour and performing to sold-out crowds, The Producers tickets are available at SeatGeek.com and remain high in demand.
The Producers: Paving the Way for Offensive Broadway Musicals since 1968
Before Trey Parker and Matt Stone were offending the masses with the groundbreaking South Park cartoon, and now the massively successful Book of Mormon, there was Mel Brooks. Skip ahead for The Producers Tickets 2013 The Producers Plot Brooks – a screenwriter, composer, comedian, actor and producer – is perhaps best known for his work on…Read more