Karl Kenzler, left, Alet Taylor, right, and Duke LaFoon, center, perform a song from Clinton: The Musical during the New York Musical Theatre Festival special preview on July 2, 2014.
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January 20, 2015 5:03 PM EST

Clinton the Musical, which debuted last summer at the New York Musical Theater Festival, is set for an Off-Broadway premiere this spring.

The New World Stages theatre, with 349 seats, will host the musical that pokes fun at the scandals from the Clinton administration, the New York Times reports. Former President Bill Clinton is split into two characters — a tough-minded Bill and an easily-tempted one — while Hillary plans for her own Senate run amidst the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

The musical was created by Paul Hodge and Michael Hodge, two brothers from Australia, and is directed by Dan Knechtges, of Tail! Spin! fame, another political comedy that debuted last fall.

Clinton the Musical will begin performances on March 26 with an official opening on April 9.


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