In its final production of the season, The Thalia Follies trains its musical and comical guns on the risky, rocky road leading to this summer's political conventions and the fall race for all the marbles. Main themes include the G.O.P.'s war against women, many people's unspoken but unmistakable determination to get that black man out of that white house, the Supreme Court's historic decision on undoing health care, and the acute suffering of Mitt Romney's dog, Seamus. Songs and sketches now in development range from "Life is A Pre-Existing Condition," "The Real Brokers of Tampa Bay," "I Should Have Run This Year," and Barack O'Bama's "What I've Learned Since the Last Time I Ran." You'll laugh; you'll cry; you'll run for shelter.
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