The Emmy-winning writer of The West Wing, Six Feet Under, Mad Men and House of Cards imagines the conversation between five Commanders-in-Chief -- Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton -- in the eagerly anticipated drama, Five Presidents, produced by the Arizona Theatre Company. It's April 27, 1994 and four former (and one current) White House occupants are waiting together in a conference room for the start of Richard Nixon's funeral. Five Presidents is a loving, witty and touching imagining of what these men might have discussed during this true-life event. Mark Clements directs the world premiere of this humanizing look at living icons coming to grips with the impermanence of power -- and of life itself.