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St James Theatre

246 West 44th Street

2 hours and 40 mins with 1 intermission

April 19, 2001

Original Musical Comedy

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Wed - Sat at 8pm

Wed & Sat at 2pm
Sun at 3pm

If you ever wanted to see a musical on Broadway, which was a mammoth hit – this is it! The Producers – a musical by Mel Brooks – by winning the most Tony Awards ever in the history Broadway, has been acclaimed a phenomenon, even by Broadway standards. Nominated for 15 Tony Awards in 2001, The hit Broadway show came away with 12 winners! This broke the record for 10 Tony Awards held by Hello Dolly for the last 37 years until then. The Tony Awards were won in the following categories:

Best Musical
Best Direction of a Musical
Best Actor in a Musical – 2 nominations 1 winner (Nathan Lane)
Best Featured Actor in a Musical – 3 nominations 1 winner (Gary Beach)
Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Best Book of a Musical
Best Choreography
Best Original Score
Best Scenic Design
Best Costume Design
Best Lighting Design
Best Orchestrations

In addition, in 2001 it won 11 Drama Desk Awards, as well!

The Musical

This musical, based on the book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, and directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, previewed on March 21, 2001 and, after 33 previews, opened on April 19, 2001 at the St. James Theater, owned and operated by Jujamcyn Theaters. St James Theater was built by the Shuberts and opened on September 26, 1927, and was named Erlanger’s Theatre, until 1932, when it was renamed as it is now known.

The Musical version of The Producers follows the 1968 movie by the same name. The story is based on a Broadway producer – played by Nathan Lane - who is down on his luck and desperate for finances. He and his accountant, a timid fellow, concoct a scheme to make a fortune. They plan a to raise a lot of money to produce a Broadway flop – ‘Springtime for Hitler,’ knowing they will never have to pay back the money. With a musical named ‘Springtime for Hitler,’ how could they not fail? . . . Or did they?

Up until November 19, 2006, the musical has performed 2,326 shows to full houses. The show is replete with ‘ridiculous accents, caricatures of homosexuals and Nazis, and many show business in-jokes,’ and many other jokes and scenes taken from the movie.

Procuring ‘The Producers’ Tickets

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