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THE TRIAL OF AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT played its final Off-Broadway performance on Saturday, October 15, 2016.
“The best trick is saved to the end, when a jury of nine selected audience members render a verdict—A GENUINELY SUSPENSEFUL MOMENT.”
—The New York Yorker
“THE TRIAL delivers a measure of justice…about a war that most Americans, according to the polls, now think was wrong.”
“The timing is perfect.”
—The Huffington Post
President George W. Bush is on trial at
The Lion Theatre beginning September 17, 2016.
Witness the unprecedented event. For the first time in history, an American president is on trial for crimes against the world. Will our 43rd president be found guilty of launching an illegal war that caused civilian deaths and spawned the growth of Al-Qaeda and ISIS and the use of brutal torture, or will he leave a free man? You decide. In the chilling new work, THE TRIAL OF AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT takes you inside the heated courtroom, where George W. Bush defends himself as a jury selected from the audience determines his fate.
THE ROOM WHERE GEORGE W. BUSH GOES ON TRIAL EVERY NIGHT