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Suzanne Roberts Theatre
480 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19146
215-985-1400
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      Philadelphia Theatre Company: Hillary & Clinton
    • Saturday, May 28, 2016
    • In this humorous political fantasy, playwright Lucas Hnath imagines an alternate universe, very much like this one, 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, audiences meet Hillary who is poised to lose her last Primary Election in the year 2008. With sly humor and astute psychological insight, Hnath's play transcends what's known about the Clintons to become a story about gender, power, marriage and possibilities. "Hillary and Clinton" premiered last month at Chicago's Victory Gardens Theatre. PTC's East Coast premier continues the play's development with a new cast, director and creative team working closely with Hnath.
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      Philadelphia Theatre Company: Hillary & Clinton
    • Wednesday, June 1, 2016
    • In this humorous political fantasy, playwright Lucas Hnath imagines an alternate universe, very much like this one, 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, audiences meet Hillary who is poised to lose her last Primary Election in the year 2008. With sly humor and astute psychological insight, Hnath's play transcends what's known about the Clintons to become a story about gender, power, marriage and possibilities. "Hillary and Clinton" premiered last month at Chicago's Victory Gardens Theatre. PTC's East Coast premier continues the play's development with a new cast, director and creative team working closely with Hnath.
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      Philadelphia Theatre Company: Hillary & Clinton
    • Thursday, June 2, 2016
    • In this humorous political fantasy, playwright Lucas Hnath imagines an alternate universe, very much like this one, 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, audiences meet Hillary who is poised to lose her last Primary Election in the year 2008. With sly humor and astute psychological insight, Hnath's play transcends what's known about the Clintons to become a story about gender, power, marriage and possibilities. "Hillary and Clinton" premiered last month at Chicago's Victory Gardens Theatre. PTC's East Coast premier continues the play's development with a new cast, director and creative team working closely with Hnath.
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