The Producers has gotten rave reviews, and this is the final weekend to see it – so come check out the show and support our wonderfully talented Theater Department.
The final weekend of the Theater’s production of “The Producers; A Mel Brooks Musical” is this Fri., May 19 through Sun., May 21. Tickets are available at the door or at Brown Paper Tickets.
The Producers is based around the character of Max Bialystock, a down and out Broadway producer whose latest work flopped on opening night. Max, plagued by his former success and scrambling to stay afloat, experiences a change in fortune when downtrodden accountant, Leo Bloom, discovers there is money to be made in Max’s theatrical failure. As a result, the two formerly defeated business men form an unlikely union with the goal of creating the world’s worst musical.
The plot develops as the duo enlists the help of ridiculous and often farcical characters on the way such as former Nazi and on-going Third Reich enthusiast Franz Liebkind, Ulla the blonde bombshell secretary/receptionist and the flamboyant homosexual director Roger De Bris. As a result of the characters’ combined brainpower and ludicrous behavior, “Spring Time for Hitler” is born in Broadway.
Performances in the Main Campus Theater – 1600 Bldg.
Friday & Saturday, May 19, 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday matinee, May 21 at 3 p.m.
General Admission: $20.00
Seniors, Staff, & students: $16.00
Shoreline Community College Students/Children: $12
Beer, wine, & refreshments available for purchase.
For more information contact Producer Dr. Charles Enlow at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Theater Manager John Nold at email@example.com – 206-546-4728