A musical romp with Mel Brooks’s ‘The Producers’

Winner of 12 Tony Awards, The Producers follows scheming producer Max Bialystock (Howard Schechter) and his mousy accountant, Leo Bloom (Shai Amoyal).

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November 2, 2016 21:13
Israel Musicals presents Mel Brooks’s smash hit Broadway musical comedy The Producers

Israel Musicals presents Mel Brooks’s smash hit Broadway musical comedy The Producers. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Israel Musicals presents Mel Brooks’s smash hit Broadway musical comedy The Producers.

Winner of 12 Tony Awards, The Producers follows scheming producer Max Bialystock (Howard Schechter) and his mousy accountant, Leo Bloom (Shai Amoyal), who discover that under the right circumstances they could make more money by producing a Broadway flop than they could with a hit. But what will they do when their sure-to-offend musical becomes a surprise sensation? The show will feature musical hits such as “I Wanna Be a Producer,” “That Face,” “Opening Night” and of course “Springtime for Hitler.”

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Directed by Yisrael Lutnick.


The show runs today through December 4 throughout the country. For tickets and more info visit https://israel-theatre.com.

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