Looking for a great evening out on the town? Look no further.
The premiere of Five Presidents that went off without a hitch in Tucson, has hit the stage at the Herberger in Phoenix. Writer, Rick Cleveland the Emmy Award-winning writer of The West Wing, Six Feet Under, Mad Men and House of Cards, along with director Mark Clements, has pulled off a witty, though-provoking, and touching speculation of what would likely occur if five of the most powerful men in the world would convene in one room for one important event--a funeral of a sixth member of the elusive power club – the Presidency.
Five Presidents at the Herberger Theatre (photo via Google Images)[/caption]
When was the last time you heard the name Anwar Sadat associated with a chuckle? This will take you back to relive the good, the bad and the ugly, some of the most poignant moments of our Country’s history.
In short, the stage is set with five American presidents, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton as they convene one at a time into a waiting room for the start of “Tricky Dick” Nixon’s funeral.
You’ll feel like you are a fly on the wall and allowed into this inner circle to glean how the power game is played out behind the curtain when no one is looking or listening.
Entertaining, fun, quick-witted--a delightful addition to your week-end.