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The Producers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 4 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 4 Summary

The musical begins with a chorus of Bavarian costumed maidens and young men singing about the troubles facing Germany, which has found a new leader in the person of Adolf Hitler. This man was to become Germany's new hope providing a season of springtime in the country's life. A male singer, dressed as a German storm trooper, enters the stage and launches into the musical's signature song, "Springtime for Hitler."

As the song unfolds, chorus girls parade around and dance, while wearing iconic symbols of Germany on their costumes; such as, sausages, beer and pretzels. Ulla is the main chorus girl and announces the arrival of the Fuhrer, played now by Roger, who appears at the top of the stage and enters into a song and dance with both male and female storm troopers.

The production is elaborate, gaudy and includes the characters...

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