Cast announced for the International Tour of The Producers
September 13, 2017  //  By:   //  News  //  Comments are off

The Producers International Tour

Selladoor Worldwide is delighted to announce that they will tour a brand-new production of The Producers this Autumn. The laugh-out-loud musical spectacle opens at Shanghai Culture Square, prior to a 14 week tour of China. This tour marks Selladoor Worldwide’s 8th International tour since 2014 as part of an ongoing international strategy.

Based on Mel Brooks’ much -loved Academy Award winning movie The Producers tells the comedic tale of Max Bialystock, the one­time producing tycoon of Broadway who desperately wants to make his fortune, together with Leo Bloom, an innocent but ambitious accountant, who has his own visions of becoming a successful Broadway producer. Together they discover that their fortunes may lie in producing a flop rather than a hit and begin the hunt for the worst show, worst director, and worst actors of all time. Unfortunately for them, their dismal new production, Springtime for Hitler, ends up being a box office smash hit sensation throwing their lives and all their fool proof plans into disarray.

The original film won an Oscar for Best Writing, Story, and Screenplay in 1969. Gene Wilder was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. The musical debuted on Broadway in 2001 and garnered 15 Tony nominations winning 12 of them.

The Producers cast includes Richard Morse (Max Bialystock) Richard Meek (Leo Bloom) Sam Wingfield (Ulla) Scott Armstrong (Franz Liebkind) Jason Winter (Carmen Ghia) and Leo Andrew (Roger De Bris) with ensemble including David Pendlebury, Sarah Dearlove, Luke Harley, Kerry Spark , Becky Anderson, Kelsie-Rae Marshall, Megan Armstrong, Siobhan Diffin , Evan James, Kate Hurley , Frankie Jones, Katrina Dix, Louise Dalton, James-Paul McAllister, Brian O’Muiri, Ashley Daniels , Jasmine Avis and Callum Elson.

TOUR DATES

01 – 12 Nov Shanghai, Culture Square
13 – 19 Nov Hangzhou Grand Theater
21 & 22 Nov Suzhou Theater
29 Nov – 03 Dec Xiamen
06 – 10 Dec Qingdao Polygrand Theatre
12 – 24 Dec Beijing Tianquiao
26 – 31 Dec Beijing Tianquiao /Foshan
01 – 07 Jan Foshan/ Guangzhou Opera House
08 – 16 Jan Guangzhou Opera House