Lane And Broderick Finish Producers Run

Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick have finished their second run in Broadway’s “The Producers.” “From its debut in April 2001 until Lane and Broderick left in March 2002, the Mel Brooks show was a perpetual sellout – despite record ticket prices. Sales lagged before the two actors returned late last year as the highest-paid actors in Broadway history. Once again, seats were hard to come by for the show that won a record 12 Tony Awards in June 2001, including Lane as Best Leading Actor in a Musical.”