Hail on the Chief

(6m, 1w; simple unit set)

In Michael B. Druxman's outrageous comedy, cantankerous gentleman rancher Oliver Pettridge hates his neighbor, a former cowboy movie star. He's hated him for years over a property line dispute.

As the play begins, the neighbor has just been elected President of the United States. Now, Oliver must deal with all the inconveniences that anyone living next to the President must endure...including a paranoid Secret Service Agent. After the agent "bugs" Oliver's house, Pettridge decides to declare "war" on the Secret Service.

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