A Turtle on a Fence Post
Hank Morris spent two years in prison for his role in a corruption scheme involving New York's public pension fund, and during that time, he started writing a show about it. That project has since grown into a fictionalized musical comedy—with music by Austin Nuckols, lyrics by Lily Dwoskin and a book winkingly credited to Prisoner #11RO731—in which Morris's prosecutor Andrew Cuomo serves as the principal villain. (If you're going to settle scores, why not do it…with a score?) Gabriel Barre directs a cast of seven led by Garth Kravits.