The Producers tickets are available for a show that has been drawing aficionados of Broadway
tickets by the droves since it began running in 2001. The play has won 12 Tony Awards, which broke the previous record
of 10 that stood for 37 years, so theater tickets to a show like this will
truly be an event to remember. This Mel Brooks play has attracted seekers of Broadway tickets and theater tickets in general
with its star-studded cast, including Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, and it was such a smashing success that it inspired
a recent film starring the same main actors.
The Producers tickets are a chance to see the story of Max Bialystock, a one-time star of Broadway and Leo Bloom,
his accountant. After Max's latest work completely bombs and closes after opening night, he and Leo realize that it would
actually be more profitable to put a play together that's purposely terrible, as the margins are better. The result is a play
entitled: Springtime for Hitler, A Gay Romp with Adolf and Eva in Berchtesgaden. The team looks to cash in its investment
and escape to Rio. What unfolds is true comedy.