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|Fri 31 Aug ’12, 7:30pm–10:00pm||
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|Fri 7 Sep ’12, 7:30pm–10:00pm||
|Sat 8 Sep ’12, 7:30pm–10:00pm||
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Where: TSB Theatre - TSB Showplace, 92 Devon St West, New Plymouth
Restrictions: All Ages
- Premium: $59.90
- A Reserve: $49.90
- B Reserve: $39.90
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: landripatr
“The most hilarious musical ever... you’ll laugh until your ribs crack” - The Christchurch Press.
Hilarious, shameless, risqué and even a teeny bit offensive! The Producers offers a belly laugh a minute in a delicious display of musical theatre at its best.
Shady Broadway producer Max Bialystock and his highly-strung accountant Leo Bloom concoct the ultimate showbiz scam. Realising they can make more money from a Broadway flop than a box-office hit, they set about creating a theatrical disaster. They pick the most outrageous script they can find, hire the worst director in the business and do everything to guarantee they make a sure-fire flop. But there’s no accounting for taste...
Max and Leo, along with ‘Hitler-obsessed’ writer Franz Liebkind, flamboyant director Roger DeBris and Swedish bombshell Ulla Inga Hansen Bensen Yonsen Tallen-Hallen Svaden-Svanson (and that’s just her first name!) shtick it to showbiz in this musical comedy smash-hit - the winner of twelve Tony Awards (including best musical and best original score).
Featuring an all-local Taranaki cast and directed by Warren Bates, The Producers is a larger-than-life, bolder-than-brass, all-singing, all-dancing, riotous Broadway musical comedy that romps into New Plymouth’s TSB Showplace from 31 August 2012. With sets direct from the UK, don’t miss the most outrageously, hysterical, entertaining show in town in 2012. This strictly limited season must close on September 8.
Tickets on sale Thursday 26 April 2012.
"It’s fast, fierce, shameless and altogether blissful” - The New York Times.