A paper-doll cutout of a yellow woman's suite. Text reads, "Hillary and Clinton"
Hillary and Clinton*
Apr 1May 1, 2016
By Lucas Hnath

Director

Chay Yew

Playwright

Lucas Hnath

Cast

John Apicella (Bill) Cheryl Lynn Bruce (Hillary) Keith Kupferer (Mark) Juan Francisco Villa (Other Guy)

Summary

Imagine that in an alternate universe, very much like our own, is another world where a woman named Hillary is trying to become president of a country called the United States of America. In a hotel room in New Hampshire in 2008, Hillary is poised to lose her last Primary Election. When her husband Bill arrives in the middle of the night to offer support, he turns the campaign upside down. Fresh from the IGNITION Festival of New Plays, Lucas Hnath’s Hillary and Clinton is a fast-paced, no-holds-barred glimpse into a political storm of another world. Chay Yew directs Hnath’s 2008 Primary Election fantasy, exploring the extraordinary sacrifices one is willing to make in order to gain ultimate power.

Production Team

Set Design: William Boles
Costume Design: Janice Pytel
Lighting Design: Keith Parham
Sound Design: Rick Sims
Props Master: Aimee Plant
Assistant Director: Kevin Matthew Reyes
Dramaturg: Issac Gomez
Production Stage Manager: Jinni Pike

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