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Parade
Parade
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It may be filled with esoteric Broadway humor, but Titusville Playhouse lets an entire audience in on the jokes in its laugh-a-minute 50th season opener, “The Producers.”
By PAM HARBAUGH It may be filled with esoteric Broadway humor, but Titusville Playhouse lets an entire audience in on the jokes in its laugh-a-minute 50th season opener, “The Producers.” Written by Mel Brooks, the stage musical is based on his original 1967 movie. It concerns unscrupulous Broadway producer Max Bialystock who teams up with hapless account Leo Bloom. Their scheme is to score a cool million by creating a Broadway flop. The musical they choose is the tasteless “Springtime for Hitler.” This is a big, complex show with frequent scenic shifts and layers of action. Here, director Alexander Nathan directs it adroitly and keeps it zipping along at a dizzying pace. His entire cast draws loveable, broad characters who tell a story filled with nutty situations and rim-shot asides. Mr. Nathan’s restaging of Susan Stroman’s original choreography is clean and tightly on the mark.
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