Review: 'Clinton the Musical' Proves Unimpeachably Amusing (Online headline)



First came the gnashing of teeth over Hillary Clinton's private email account, and her soon-to-be announced presidential campaign. Then, with a TED talk, Monica Lewinsky signaled her return to the spotlight. Now a show called "Clinton the Musical" has opened Off Broadway.

A person could be forgiven for wanting to hide under the bed until the 1990s stopped making a comeback.

But cowering would be a mistake. Far better to crawl out from behind that dust ruffle, head over to New World Stages and let "Clinton the Musical" quell your fears.

Smartly silly, hilariously impudent and sneakily compassionate, it is nearly guaranteed to leave you humming a bouncy, exuberant tune called "Monica's Song"—the lyrics are unprintable—and thinking far more fondly of the eight scandal-plagued years this country spent with a president from a place called Hope. In this frothily satirical political history—which has a book by the Australian brothers Paul and Michael Hodge, and music and lyrics by Paul Hodge—No. 42 is actually two presidents: the urbane, silver-haired WJ Clinton (Tom Galantich) and the louche, rutting Billy Clinton (Duke Lafoon).

"In my whole life I have only ever loved two men," Hillary (Kerry Butler) says. "And they happen to be the same man."

So the famous Bill-and-Hillary package deal the country got in the 1992 election is a three-for-one bargain here, with WJ, Billy and brainy, resilient Hillary tussling for dominance in a White House designed by Beowulf Boritt, where the portraits on the walls show past presidents and their amours.

Chief among the enemies waiting to pounce is the deliciously sex-crazed special prosecutor Kenneth Starr (Kevin Zak), who gets his chance when Billy takes up with Monica (Veronica J. Kuehn). The prosecutor and Linda Tripp (Judy Gold), Monica's predatory confidante, are the show's only real villains. Newt Gingrich (John Treacy Egan) is more of a buffoon.

Reworked and largely recast since its run last July at the New York Musical Theater Festival, "Clinton" is now directed and choreographed by Dan Knechtges, and its tone is affectionately lampooning. Chelsea Clinton is mentioned by name only once, not cruelly. An occasional appearance by Socks the cat is enough to remind us that a family, not just a presidency, was at stake amid the Lewinsky scandal.

And Hillary? She tells us at the start that this is the story of her first presidency, and she comes off awfully well. In a flattering blue pantsuit by David C. Woolard, with hair designed by Tom Watson that looks consistently great, Ms. Butler makes a peppy, very funny Hillary whose ambitions are huge but whose capability is never in question.

The show's poster art notwithstanding, "Clinton" doesn't pit Hillary and Monica against each other. It's sympathetic to both of them, painting Monica as naive and terribly young. That lack of meanspiritedness is crucial to its success.

"Clinton the Musical" isn't the sort of show that the real-life subjects are likely to find entertaining, but for the rest of us, it's 95 minutes of healthy catharsis.

Smartly silly, hilariously impudent and sneakily compassionate.”

The New York Times

Hits American politics right on its semi-bulbous nose.”

Entertainment Weekly

full of tongue-in-cheek ditties worthy of AVENUE Q.”


“A silly, fun night out featuring

Perez Hilton

Fast-paced and full of surprises.”


It's 1992. Scrunchies are in and mullets are out. Baywatch is a hit and Time Magazine's Man of the Year is Bill Clinton. He's optimistic, charismatic, and he's bringing saxy back!

Clinton the Musical is a sensational and satirical look at the 42nd President who upholds the ideals of Lady Liberty while simultaneously charming the pantsuit off her. With Hillary by his side, he's bringing new life to the party- So cast your vote for The President of All Political Satires: Clinton the Musical!

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Kerry ButlerHillary Rodham Clinton

Kerry Butler

“Hillary Rodham Clinton”

Broadway: The Best Man, Catch Me if You Can (Drama Desk Nomination), Xanadu (Tony nom., Drama League nom.), Rock of Ages, Hairspray (Clarence Derwent Award, Drama Desk/Outer Critic Circle nom.), Little Shop of Horrors (Outer Critics nom.), Les Misérables, Blood Brothers, Beauty and the Beast. Off-Broadway/regional:  The CallBat Boy: The Musical, her solo album Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust. TV/film:  “Mysteries of Laura,” “Elementary,”  “Blue Bloods,” “Rescue Me,” “30 Rock,” “Cupid,” “Lipstick Jungle,” “Borough “Borough of Kings,” “One Life to Live,” “Sesame Street,” “Hometown,” “Another World,” and “Twins” (pilot).

Tom GalantichWJ Clinton

Tom Galantich

“WJ Clinton”

Broadway: Don’t Dress For Dinner, Boeing Boeing, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Mamma Mia!, Boys From Syracuse, City of Angels, Into The Woods. Off-Broadway: Tail! Spin!, The Preacher and the Shrink, Distracted, Ghosts, Biography.  Tours: White Christmas, Company, and Dracula.TV: “House of Cards,” “Person of Interest,” “Elementary,” “Smash,” “Royal Pains,” “Law and Order” “Ed,” “Law and Order: Criminal Intent,” “Chappelle’s Show,” and “One Life To Live. ” Film: The Lennon Report (2015 release), Julie and Julia.

Duke LaFoonBilly Clinton

Duke LaFoon

“Billy Clinton”

New York: A Wonderful Life (Westchester Broadway), The Audience (Transport Group), I Love My Wife (Queens Theatre), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Gateway). Some favorites:  Next to Normal (Virginia Rep), Ace (The Old Globe, Signature Theatre), Doubt (Barksdale Theatre) and Sideman (Company of Fools). Regional: Cincinnati Theatre in the Park, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Syracuse Stage. TV credits include: “Hostages,” and the CBS miniseries “Sally Hemings.” Visit

John Treacy EganNewt Gingrich

John Treacy Egan

“Newt Gingrich”

Broadway: Casa Valentina, Nice Work…, The Producers, Sister Act, The Little Mermaid, Jekyll & Hyde, Bye Bye Birdie. Off-Broadway: Disaster, When Pigs Fly!, and Batboy. TV/film: “The Knick”, “Boardwalk Empire,” “Nurse Jackie,”  “30 Rock,” “Law & Order,” Last Night, and The Producers.  CDs Count the Stars and On Christmas Morning.

Judy GoldEleanor Roosevelt

Judy Gold

“Eleanor Roosevelt”

Emmy Award-winning actress/writer/comedian. Off-Broadway: The Judy Show – My Life as a Sitcom (Outer Critics Circle Award nom.), 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother (Drama Desk Award nom., GLAAD award), Love, Loss and What I Wore, Disaster!. TV/film: The Aristocrats, “Louie,” “Celebrity Wife Swap,” “2 Broke Girls,” “Melissa & Joey,” “The Big C.”, “Herlarious,” “30 Rock,” “Rachel vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off,” “The View,” “The Wendy Williams Show,” “The Nightly Show,” “The Tonight Show.” Stand-Up Specials on HBO, Comedy Central, Logo. Check-out her new podcast called “Kill Me Now.”. @JewdyGold/

Veronica J. KuehnMonica Lewinsky

Veronica J. Kuehn

“Monica Lewinsky”

Veronica Kuehn is delighted to join Clinton The Musical! She was most recently seen as Kate Monster/Lucy the Slut in Avenue Q Off-Broadway at New World Stages.  Broadway: Xanadu (swing) and Mamma Mia (Ali/Sophie u/s) and National Tour: Xanadu (Euterpe/Kira u/s). Regional/NY: The York Theatre, MSMT, Northern Stage, The Eugene O’Neill, New Repertory Theatre and Lyric Stage Co. Veronica has soloed twice at Boston Symphony Hall with the Boston Pops and she holds a BFA from the Boston Conservatory. Thanks to The Clinton Team, DGRW and love to Marms, V&R&R.

Kevin ZakKenneth Starr

Kevin Zak

“Kenneth Starr”

Kevin hails from Buffalo, NY, and is happy to return to his third Clinton The Musical incarnation.  Kevin was last seen being villainous Off-Broadway as Buffalo Bill in Silence! The Musical. Recent credits:  Clinton (NYMF), My Life is a Musical, the Disney Fantasy, Cats.  Many thanks to Kaitlin Shaw, Team Boals, and Bob and Margaret Zak.

Kara Guy Ensemble; u/s Hillary, Monica Lewinsky

Kara Guy

“Ensemble; u/s Hillary, Monica Lewinsky”

Off-Broadway debut! Previously in the NYMF production and reading of Clinton the Musical.  Some notable roles include: Hairspray (Penny), Crazy for You (Polly), Nunsense (Sister Amnesia), Oregon Trail the Musical (Natalie) and the 10th Anniversary National Tour of Footloose playing Rusty.  Love to Jeff, the Guys and especially Dave!

Dale HensleyEnsemble; U/S Newt Gingrich, Kenneth Starr, Eleanor Roosevelt

Dale Hensley

“Ensemble; U/S Newt Gingrich, Kenneth Starr, Eleanor Roosevelt”

Broadway: La Cage (2010 revival), Drowsy Chaperone, La Cage (2004 revival), Sunset Blvd., Guys and Dolls, Cats, Anything Goes. Tours: La Cage, Drowsy, Full Monty, Big, Sugar Babies, Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Hairspray (Vegas).  Off-Bway:  10 City Center Encores, Carnegie Hall w/ Patti LuPone, Sweeney Todd w/ NY Philharmonic.  Regional:  Goodspeed, Papermill, Williamstown, Pioneer, Northshore, TUTS, Westport, NC Theatre, Ct. Rep.

Gretchen WylderSwing, U/S Hillary Clinton, U/S Monica Lewinsky

Gretchen Wylder

“Swing, U/S Hillary Clinton, U/S Monica Lewinsky”

Earlier this year, she was seen Off-Broadway in Bedbugs!!! Other credits include: The Drama Desk Nominated Til Divorce Do Us Part, Rescue Rue (NYMF), Pennywise in Urinetown (Secret Theatre), Madelaine True in Wild Party (Secret Theatre), and Wendy in Lesbian Love Octagon (Kraine). For regional credits and more fun stuff, visit

Rob RichardsonSwing, U/S WJ Clinton, U/S Billy Clinton

Rob Richardson

“Swing, U/S WJ Clinton, U/S Billy Clinton”

Broadway:  Jekyll & Hyde (2013), A Tale of Two Cities.  Regional:  The Full Monty, South Pacific (Paper Mill), Showboat (Goodspeed), Beauty  and the Beast (Walnut Street Theatre).  Lots of other fun stuff too.  Love to those girls I live with who boss me around.  Thanks Avalon!  Proud AEA member.

Paul HodgeBook/Music/Lyrics

Paul Hodge


Paul is an Australian, living in London, writing about an American President. He is the writer-composer for Clinton, nominated for Best New Musical and Best Book at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, and Terra Australis shortlisted for the Queensland Premier’s Drama Award. He is currently completing a PhD in Music Composition at the University of Queensland, where he received a University Medal for his Bachelor of Music. MA: Royal Conservatoire Scotland. Prizes: Dalley-Scarlett Memorial Scholarship, Margaret Nickson Prize, 4MBS Sid Page Musica Viva Prize.

Michael HodgeBook

Michael Hodge


Michael is the co-writer of Clinton The Musical. His most notable musical theater appearances include Unnamed in His Majesty’s Pleasure, Unnamed in The Boyfriend and Ensemble in Oh! What a Lovely War. 

Dan KnechtgesDirector/ Choreographer

Dan Knechtges

“Director/ Choreographer”

Recent: Tail! Spin! Broadway: Lysistrata Jones (direction/choreography), Xanadu (directed by Chris Ashley, Tony/Drama Desk nomination), Sondheim on Sondheim (directed by James Lapine), 110 in the Shade (starring Audra McDonald), and…Spelling Bee (directed by James Lapine). Off-Broadway: Merrily We Roll Along for Encores! (directed by James Lapine); Vanities at Second Stage; and Lysistrata Jones for Transport Group. International: Der Schuh Das Manitu (Berlin, Germany). Regional theatre includes La Jolla Playhouse, Great Lakes Theater Festival, Theatreworks Palo Alto, Dallas Theatre Center, Goodspeed, Centerstage, Papermill Playhouse, Hangar Theatre, Surflight Theatre, Indianapolis Opera, Opera Illinois. Dan serves on the executive board of SDC.

Kari Lynn HearnProducer

Kari Lynn Hearn


Kari Lynn  is making her theatrical debut as lead producer of Clinton the Musical. As President of CoolChic Productions she has enjoyed a multifaceted career supporting the theatre. Recent Broadway involvement includes It’s Only a Play, Rocky, Mothers and Sons, Velocity of Autumn, Macbeth and the upcoming Somewhere in Time, among others.

Grey Gum ProductionsProducer

Grey Gum Productions


Grey Gum Productions is proud to have guided Clinton the Musical on its journey from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe through London’s King’s Head Theatre and the New York Musical Theatre Festival to its new home Off-Broadway.

Shane EwenProducer

Shane Ewen


Shane has used charm, technicalities and an (Aussie) accent to avoid the consequences of questionable decisions several times in his own life, so is thrilled to be involved in bringing Clinton the Musical to life Off-Broadway. An actuary by day, theatre aficionado by night; Clinton marks Shane’s graduation to Producer status after investing in 14 Broadway productions and assorted other theatre gambles.

Rick BrownProducer

Rick Brown

“Producer ”

By day, a mild-mannered internet marketing strategist. By night, secretly penning the next great jukebox musical; 8-1-81 The Story of How We Got Our MTV! Kudos to our Playwright, Director and Lead Producer. Now, let’s party like it’s 1999!

Invisible Wall ProductionsProducer

Invisible Wall Productions

“Producer ”

Invisible Wall Productions is a full service Arts, Events and Theatrical Management and Producing Company founded by Executive Director and Producer Jenny Ainsworth. Other producing credits include Gilgamesh – A Musical Epic (Lead Producer) and The Visit Musical (Associate Producer).

Dean RothProducer

Dean Roth

“Producer ”

Current production and investor credits: Clinton the Musical, It’s Only A Play, On The Town, Beautiful (UK),Blithe Spirit (US Tour).   Future projects: The King’s Speech, Somewhere in Time, Allegiance, Around the World in 80 Days (US Tour), Date of a Lifetime.  Thanks to his wife, Grace, and kids, Nick and Kim, for putting up with his endeavors.

Roy PutrinoProducer

Roy Putrino

“Producer ”

Roy Putrino has been involved with numerous Broadway productions including It’s Only A Play, How to Succeed…, Grace and A Passion Play in London’s West End.  Producer of the upcoming Gettin’ the Band Back Together. Chair of the Ramapo Performing Arts, awarded the 2013 Distinguished Citizen Award for the success of the performing arts program.

Neal RubinsteinProducer

Neal Rubinstein

“Producer ”

3X Emmy winner, 5X nominee.  Broadway: On The Town, Heidi Chronicles, Hedwig, Disgraced, Mice & Men, Cripple of Inishmann, Velocity of Autumn.  Off-B’way: 39 Steps, Tail Spin, Handle With Care, My Life Is A Musical.  West-End: Memphis, Beautiful. Film: Ron & Laura Take Back America (Exec. Prod.); Upcoming:  Piece Of My Heart; Trojanz Not Required – the real story of Lysistrata.

Ken DavenportExecutive Producer

Ken Davenport

“Executive Producer”

Ken Davenport is a Broadway producer whose credits include It’s Only a Play, Kinky Boots (Tony Award), Mothers and Sons (Tony nom.), The Bridges of Madison County, Macbeth starring Alan Cumming, Godspell, Chinglish, Oleanna, Speed-the-Plow, Will Ferrell’s You’re Welcome America… (Tony nom.), Blithe Spirit starring Angela Lansbury (Broadway, West End and US tour) and 13, as well as Altar Boyz; My First Time; The Awesome 80s Prom; and Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage Off-Broadway. Upcoming: Somewhere in Time, Gettin’ the Band Back Together and more.

Ryan Conway/DTE ManagementGeneral Manager

Ryan Conway/DTE Management

“General Manager”

DTE Management is a full-service general management company based in New York City that specializes in managing Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Current projects include Avenue Q, Clinton the Musical, The Awesome 80s Prom, That Bachelorette Show and The Davenport Theatre. Find out more about current and future projects at

James DobinsonMusic Direction

James Dobinson

“Music Direction”

Currently in development: Gods & Kings, Loch Lomond. NY: Clinton (NYMF); Fancy Nancy (Cast Recording on Sh-K-Boom); Son of a Gun (Assistant). Regional; Hairspray, Spring Awakening, Shrek, more. Australia: Moonshadow (Associate Conductor, Original Company); MD: Often I Find That I Am Naked (FNT); Assassins; Parade, many more. Three years as orchestrator & associate conductor for NETWORK 10 Australia’s Annual Christmas Carol Broadcast; MD/Orchestrator for Kathryn McIntyre & Cienda McNamara. Thanks to Jake, Family, JBS & Stephen Amos.

Beowulf BorittScenic Design

Beowulf Boritt

“Scenic Design”

Broadway: Act One (Tony Award), The Scottsboro Boys (Tony Nomination), On the Town, Sondheim On Sondheim, …Spelling Bee , LoveMusik, Rock of Ages, Chaplin, Bronx Bombers, GraceThe Two and Only. Off- Broadway: 98 previous shows, including The Last Five Years, The Toxic Avenger, and Miss Julie.  Other Designs: The Seven Deadly Sins (NY City Ballet) & the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. 2007 OBIE for sustained excellence.

David C. WoolardCostume Designer

David C. Woolard

“Costume Designer”

Broadway credits Bronx Bombers, First Date, Lysistrata Jones, West Side Story, Jane Fonda’s clothing for 33 Variations, Dividing The Estate, The Farnsworth Invention, Old Acquaintance, Ring of Fire the music of Johnny Cash, All Shook Up, The Rocky Horror Show (2001 Tony nomination) Voices in the Dark, The Who’s Tommy (1993 Tony and Olivier Award nominations) Bells Are Ringing, Marlene, Wait Until Dark, Horton Foote’s The Young Man from Atlanta, Damn Yankees, A Few Good Men. Selected additional credits include Piece of My Heart, The Toxic Avenger, Bare, Horton Foote’s The Orphans’ Cycle, The Donkey Show at A.R.T., Cosi Fan Tutte and Oscar at Santa Fe Opera, Numerous regional theater credits include the Old Globe Theater, Goodman Theatre, Arena Stage, Alley Theatre, Guthrie Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre and Opera Theatre of St. Louis. He is currently designing the world premieres of Cold Mountain for Santa Fe Opera.

Paul MillerLighting Design

Paul Miller

“Lighting Design”

Broadway: The Illusionists, Legally Blonde, Freshly Squeezed, Laughing Room Only. Off-Broadway: Vanities – the Musical, Waiting for Godot, Addicted, Nunsense, Balancing Act. Regional: Stratford Shakespeare, Chicago Shakespeare, Asolo Rep, A.C.T., Cleveland Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, Goodspeed. Tours: Elf, Shrek, Story Time Live, Wizard of Oz, Legally Blonde,, Sweeney Todd, Hairspray, The Producers, The Sound of Music. TV: “Camelot” (Live from Lincoln Center), Comedy Central. Lighting Director for “New Year’s Eve Time’s Square.”

Peter FitzgeraldSound Design

Peter Fitzgerald

“Sound Design”

Getting the Band Back Together, New York Philharmonic’s productions of Carousel and Sweeney Todd, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Will Ferrell’s You’re Welcome America, Billy Joel’s Movin’ Out, Gypsy; Paul Simon’s The Capeman, The Will Rogers Follies, 42nd Street, La Cage Aux Folles, City of Angels, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and The Life, Plays: Glengarry Glen Ross, Blithe Spirit, The Odd Couple, M. Butterfly, and The Beauty Queen of Leenane. President of Sound Associates and founding partner of GPR Peter and wife Maritza are the proud parents of daughters Lori and Mallori.

Tom WatsonHair and Wig Design

Tom Watson

“Hair and Wig Design”

Tom Watson is head of the wig and makeup department at the Metropolitan Opera. He has designed wigs for more than 65 Broadway productions.  Current and recent Broadway designs include: Wicked, Rock of Ages, How to Succeed…, Annie, You Can’t Take it With You, and the upcoming The King & I and Living on Love.

Neil Douglas ReillyOrchestrations

Neil Douglas Reilly


Recent: Little Dancer (additional orchestrations). New York credits include: Rocky (Orchestration Associate), Stars of David (Orchestrations), Ahrens & Flaherty: Nice Fighting You (orchestrations/co-producer of album), In Your Arms (Associate Orchestrator), Journey On, NY Pops (music supervisor, orchestrations). Arranger for both of Josh Franklin’s albums. Composer of Loch Lomond with Maggie Herskowitz and Gods and Kings with Austin Ruffer. Thanks to Jack, Ross, and Taylor.

Tara Rubin CastingCasting

Tara Rubin Casting


Selected Broadway: Dr Zhivago; It Shoulda Been You; Gigi; Bullets Over Broadway; Aladdin; Mothers and Sons; Les Misérables; Big Fish; The HeiressGhost; How to Succeed..; Promises, Promises; A Little Night Music; Billy Elliot; Shrek; Young Frankenstein; The Little Mermaid; Mary Poppins; Spamalot; Jersey Boys; …Spelling Bee; The Producers; Mamma Mia!; The Phantom of the Opera; Contact. Selected Off-Broadway: Here Lies Love; Old Jews Telling Jokes; Love, Loss, and What I Wore.

Abigail StrangeAssistant Director

Abigail Strange

“Assistant Director ”

Select Off-Broadway: Tail! Spin!, Dedalus LoungeNobody Suspects a Butterfly. Select NYC: Somewhere in Time (Lab), The Storytellers (FringeNYC’13), Blanche (NYMF’11, CapitalFringe’12, FringeNYC’12), Requiem for a Lost Girl (NYMF ’12). Select Regional: Guys & Dolls (Great Lakes Theater, SDCF Observership). Proud member of AEA and SDC.

Michael BaxterAssistant Choreographer

Michael Baxter

“Assistant Choreographer”

Michael Baxter is proud to be making his Off-Broadway debut with Dan Knechtges and Clinton the Musical. Michael is the Resident Choreographer of The MUNY. Recent credits:  Hello, Dolly (National Tour)Regional favorites: The MUNY, Maltz-Jupiter Theatre, Riverside Theatre and North Carolina Theatre. BFA Webster Conservatory. Love and thanks to Dan, Jess and Take 3!

Michael Rico CohenProduction Stage Manager

Michael Rico Cohen

“Production Stage Manager”

Michael Rico Cohen has worked on the Broadway and touring companies of Amazing GraceMatilda, EvitaChaplinAmerican IdiotBilly Elliot, and Bonnie & Clyde. Additional credits Signature Theater Company, Roundabout Theatre Company, Williamstown Theater Festival, and Berkshire Theater Festival. Developmental projects have included Mozart l’Opera RockUp HereKung FuBreakfast at Tiffany’s, and Kingdom City.

Christina BraccoAssistant Stage Manager

Christina Bracco

“Assistant Stage Manager”

Christina Bracco has worked with Jujamcyn Theaters, New 42nd Street Studios, Roundabout Theatre Company, Second Stage Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop, Atlantic Theater Company, among others. Recent credits include Can-Can (Paper Mill Playhouse), The Illusionists (Marquis Theatre).

Tinc ProductionsProduction Supervisor

Tinc Productions

“Production Supervisor”

Established in 2007, Tinc has cultivated a reputation as a premier technical producing firm, providing experienced production management, superior technical talent, and event consulting. We work with a variety of clients including producers, venue directors, designers, and other production companies to execute high profile theatrical productions, corporate events, meetings, fashion shows, and concerts throughout the world.




AKA  is a global, full-service advertising agency with offices in the U.S., UK and Australia. Current and recent NYC clients include the 2012 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, Once; Matilda the Musical; Rock of Ages; Les Misérables; It’s Only a Play; The Audience; Wolf Hall Parts One & Two; and the 2014 Tony Award winner for Best Play, All the Way.

Red Rising MarketingMarketing

Red Rising Marketing

“Marketing ”

Current Clients: Jersey Boys, Clinton the Musical, Masterworks Theater Company, She Calls Me Firefly, Accidental Pervert, Broadway Insider, 20at20 and Transport Group’s The Blonde Streak and Once Upon a Mattress. For more information on Red Rising Marketing, visit


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-The Washington Post


Smartly silly, hilariously impudent and sneakily compassionate."
-The New York Times
A boisterous 92-minute satirical musical that hits American politics right on its semi-bulbous nose."
-Entertainment Weekly
full of tongue-in-cheek ditties worthy of AVENUE Q."
"A silly, fun night out featuring
-Perez Hilton
"A DELICIOUSLY RIBALD over-the-top production!"
-Daily Beast
Fast-paced and full of surprises."
-National Review Online




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