OPENING: Unconventional Offering

August 2004
New York;8/16/2004, Vol. 37 Issue 28, p66
Reports on the opening of the play "I'm Gonna Kill the President!: A Federal Offense" by the pseudonymous Hieronymous Bang in New York City. Popularity of the show in light of the coming Republican convention; Influence of the work of the Muppets and the Yippies to the production.


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