The Producers: Mel Brooks' Hit Musical Comedy
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The last date listed for The Producers was Thursday May 10, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Robert A.Red Velvet
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I attended on a sold out opening night which turned out to be magical. The performance by all performers was outstanding without the normal 1st night jitters; every hit their marks, their lines and the enthusiasm of all was magnificient. The production values were outstanding and the way they used the relatively small stage for the big production numbers was amazing. The performance lasted about 3hours, which was the shortest 3 hours that I experienced. The lead looked somewhat and sounded somewhat like Nathan Lane. He was great. I would definitely highly recommend this play to all who would like to feel very uplifted. Go see The Producers.
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Great show! The casting for this show produced characters who fit their roles perfectly. I was familiar with this show, and yet the presentation by this cast had me laughing throughout the show. It was so good I'll probably go to it again.
Director: Bill Starr
Choreographer: Gary Stanford Jr.
Resident Musical Director: Greg “Suds” Sudmeier
About the Ticket Supplier: Hillbarn Theatre
Hillbarn Theatre boasts a seventy-two-year long history in the San Francisco Bay Area. Beginning as Peninsula Little Theatre in 1934, Hillbarn performed in school auditoriums, under the direction of Robert Brauns, as part of the College of San Mateo Adult Education Program. Hillbarn’s founders, Brauns, Sam Rolph and Ralph Schram took the name “Hillbarn” from two outdoor summers at a barn on a hill on the Belmont-San Mateo border. At this site, the traditions of free intermission coffee and a courtyard bonfire were born.