‘Clinton: The Musical’ To Premiere In New York City

Hayley Hoefer Contributor
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The Clinton family has dominated news coverage recently, but now there’s a way for people craving more Clinton to get more Clinton. “Clinton: The Musical” is running at the New York Musical Theatre Festival from July 18-25.

Those “well off” enough to afford a $25 ticket will get to witness a performance in which Bill and Hillary appear as BOTH political and theatrical characters. (RELATED: What Did Hillary Clinton Say This Time?) 

The musical’s description states, “It’s hard enough being president by yourself. Bill Clinton’s problem is that there are two of him. Literally. CLINTON follows two Bill Clintons and Hillary on their quest to save their presidency, change America and prove that “politics is show business for ugly people.”

The show’s plot line also involves Newt Gingrich, Kenneth Star and, of course, Monica Lewinsky.

Skeptics should note that “Clinton: The Musical” received a nomination for best new musical at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. At least that’s one nomination Hillary has secured.

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