New York City
When Texas billionaire Seymour Sackeroff wants to avoid prosecution over illegal gambling casinos, who does he try to put in the White House? None other than Christian televangelist Dick Cockburn who speaks to the Lord on a regular basis (or so he says). But when Cockburn comes to roost in Seymour’s mansion, all Hell breaks loose. A play with music and rhythm from the author of The King of Second Avenue and the Shakespeare Trilogy (The English Channel, Mortal Terror, The Last Will), Exposed takes a ferociously sardonic wink through the lens of Molière’s Tartuffe to lambast contemporary America, the Right, the Left, the NRA, AIPAC, and greed in all its guises.