Me the People: The Trump America Musical will close on Sunday, September 24.
Me the People: The Trump America Musical will close on Sunday, September 24.
(photo provided by the production)

Me the People: The Trump America Musical announced that it will close Sunday, September 24, after 71 performances (including eight previews) at The Triad. Thus, as of tonight, there are nine more performances left.

Conceived by Nancy Holson and Jim Russek — whose previous effort was Bush Wars in 2006 — the musical revue is described as "an uproarious take on the craven, self-dealing Trump agenda intent on tearing apart our government and building a stupid wall. The show delivers a topical, up-to-the minute mockumentary of red-white-and-orange America."

The cast of Me the People includes Aiesha Alia Dukes, Mitchel Kawash, Richard Spitaletta, and Mia Weinberger. The show features costume design by Stephen Smith, lighting and sound by Shannon Epstein, prop design by Max Kilsheimer, and wig design by Kathy Pecevich. James Higgins serves as musical director and arranger, Dana Robbins is the production stage manager, and David Rigano is the assistant director. Me the People is produced by Russek, Christopher Schout, and Wayne P. Zink, in association with Marc Balin and Mort Wolkowitz.

For tickets and more information, click here.