Politics, Intrigue, and Farce In The White House Murder Case
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The last date listed for The White House Murder Case was Sunday April 29, 2007 / 2:00pm.
Dubbed a “killer farce” by Time magazine in 1970 when it made its initial off-Broadway run, The White House Murder Case skewered the political climate of the time. A generation later, Jules Feiffer’s Obie Award-winning satire still resonates with its strangely familiar story of a President engaged in an increasingly unpopular war. As he and his Cabinet try to put a positive spin on a poison gas attack gone wrong, not to mention a murder in the Oval Office, the situation careens further and further out of control, with hilariously lethal results.
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