2016 Presidential Debate Party W/Bw Musical Theate

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Pre-Debate Show at 7:00 p.m.; Debate at 9:00 p.m.
Featuring: The Baldwin Wallace Musical Theater Department, The Debatables – A Non-Partisan Trio, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Followed by the debate on the Nighttown stage via large screen TV.

As set long-ago by the U.S. Presidential Debate Commission, the first official presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will take place on Monday, September 26. The two candidates will be on the Nighttown stage via large screen TV’s for that much-anticipated debate, beginning at 9:00 pm.

But before that exercise in democracy (or that train wreck, depending on your point of view), we’re going to start the festivities at 7 pm with a trivia contest, followed by those singing political satirists, The Debatables – A Non-Partisan Trio. After that, we’ll be entertained by the Baldwin Wallace Musical Theater Department. Just before the debate begins, we’ll have a rousing audience sing-along featuring some of your favorite patriotic songs.

The Baldwin Wallace Musical Theater Department

Director Vicky Bussert brings to the Nighttown stage students from the second-best musical theater program in the country for a program of political showstopping showtunes that include America (West Side Story), Fugue for Tin Horns (Guys & Dolls), Make Them Hear You (Ragtime), The Gun Song (from Sondheim’s Assassins) – and a song from this season’s biggest hit on Broadway, Hamilton, all to the piano accompaniment of Dave Pepin, music director for the Baldwin Wallace program. Dave and the BW students will then lead us as we all sing This Land is Your Land, You’re a Grand Old Flag and Simon and Garfunkle’s America, plus other favorites, before we break for the presidential debate.

The Debatables – A Non-Partisan Trio, Presented by The Cleveland Cabaret Project

Fresh off their recent Nighttown success with 2016: A Political Race ODDyssey, The Debatables will offend and entertain both parties with politically incorrect musical satire. The trio includes Rob Gibb, Tina D. Stump and Lora Workman.
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