HILLARY AND CLINTON by Lucas Hnath, on Broadway, beginning March 16, 2019

Hillary and Clinton by Lucas Hnath

by Lucas Hnath
directed by Joe Mantello
starring Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow

Broadway's John Golden Theatre, 252 West 45th Street. Beginning March 16, 2019. Opens April 18. Tickets here

In an alternate universe light-years away from our own is a planet called Earth. It looks a lot like our Earth, except it’s slightly different. And living on this other Earth is a woman named Hillary. Hillary is trying to become the president of a country called the United States of America. It’s 2008 and she’s campaigning in a state called Iowa. She’s not doing very well in the polls. She needs more money to keep the campaign going, so she calls her husband for help. He offers her a deal, a tough deal, but when she gets his help, she gets more than she bargained for. You may think you know where this story is going, but you don’t. After all, the play takes place in an alternate universe where anything can happen.

“…HILLARY AND CLINTON is an audacious, whip-smart, highly entertaining piece of writing, all the more valuable for its appearance in the middle of another primary battle, albeit in an America changed for the good…[the play] also has a political immediacy generally lacking in the theater, where plays get locked and set much too far in advance, and where some deep diving into the ideology or emotion of the moment thus becomes all too rare.” —Chicago Tribune.


October 4, 2018: Hillary Clinton Is Coming to Broadway. As a Character in a Play. --New York Times

"The playwright Lucas Hnath made his Broadway debut last year with a drama starring Laurie Metcalf in an imagined sequel for one of the most famous women in theater history, Nora Helmer of Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House.”"

NOTE: The Dramatist Play Service edition of HILLARY AND CLINTON is under revision and expected to be available again sometime in 2019.

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ISBN: 9780822233855
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Published: Dramatists Play Service, Inc. - November 30th, 0002