The one-man anti-Trump play starring Michael Moore began rehearsals on Broadway in Manhattan this past Monday.
According to Breitbart, Moore came from the performance "reportedly in good spirits and fully accommodating to the estimated 50 theatrical crew members set to work on the play."
His play, tled The Terms of My Surrender, will be a satirical take on a “country that’s just elected a madman — I mean, there’s really no other way to put it," Moore told the New York Times in May.
Audiences will feast themselves on a roast of President Trump “every night — and twice in the afternoon for 12 weeks” in an effort to “see if a piece of theater could raise enough of a ruckus to discombobulate a man sitting in the Oval Office.”
When announcing the show earlier this year, Moore posed the question: “Can a Broadway show bring down a sitting president?”
Probably not, but let him dive into that fantasy.
Previews for the play will begin July 28 at the Belasco Theater and will be directed by Tony-winner Michael Mayer. An invitation has already been extended to the Trump family and Mike Pence in hopes they'd attend the show.
“It’s a comedy — they’ll love it!” Moore said.