MCT undertakes Broadway send-up ‘The Producers’

The worst show on Broadway sure has enjoyed a good run over the years.

That’s hardly what characters Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom intended when they set out to con Manhattan’s wealthy elite with a guaranteed flop. But it’s exactly what comedian Mel Brooks hoped would happen when he penned the screenplay to his 1968 debut feature film, “The Producers,” and its subsequent 2001 Broadway stage adaptation . . .

Read the entire Missoulian Entertainer article by Joe Nickell.

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