"Capitol Steps" To Skewer Politics
At Cutler Majestic, June 24

Direct from the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC, the newest edition of the political musical revue, "Capitol Steps," is slated for one show only, Saturday, June 24, 8:30 p.m. at the Cutler Majestic Theatre, 219 Tremont Street in Boston.

The current show is highlighted by 20 "stinging" parodies including "Wouldn't It Be Hillary," "The Impossible Dean," "Embraceable Jew," "Sunni and Cher," "Son of a Bush," "Cheney And The Jets," "Duke of Oil," "Kerry Baby," "Electile Dysfunction," and more.

Produced and co-written by Elaina Newport, "Capitol Steps" is performed by an ensemble company of former Congressional staffers. The revue was born in December, 1981, when aides to Senator Chuck Percy were planning entertainment for a Capitol Hill Christmas party. Their first idea was to stage a nativity play, but in the whole Congress "they couldn't find three wise men or a virgin."

For tickets and information, visit the Cutler Majestic box office, at 219 Tremont Street, call 1-800-233-3123 or visit www.Telecharge.com.

-- OnStage Boston


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