The Capitol Steps Return to Bring Down the House (and Senate)
Saturday, October 6 at 8 pm, MainStage
Just in time for election season, Washington, DC’s funniest political satirists return to bring down the house (and Senate) with their unique blend of music and political comedy. Founded by Congressional staffers, the Capitol Steps is currently celebrating its 30th year of existence and is the only place in America where you’ll find two Presidential candidates onstage singing show tunes. Not for the faint of heart nor those considering a run for office, the group has performed for five US presidents and can be heard four times a year during NPR’s Politics Takes a Holiday radio specials.
Access this performance’s press kit by clicking here.
Read a preview by Vermont Public Radio’s Robin Turnau here.
This performance will be audio described.
Tickets are $40, $33, $25, $15 (students & children save $4 on top three ticket prices)
This performance is sponsored by Twincraft Soap and Vermont Mutual Insurance Group, with media support from Vermont Public Radio. This season's performances are sponsored by Comcast.
This performance is supported in part by Andrea's Legacy Fund, used to protect and maintain the Flynn's performing arts and education programs.
The Capitol Steps provide skewering political satire just in time for the November election.
The only place in America where you’ll find two Presidential candidates onstage singing show tunes.
Tickets start at $15.
“When it comes to satire, you haven’t seen the real thing until you’ve been to the Capitol Steps.”