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TRUMPED: An Alternative Musical Announces Kickstarter Relaunch

Updated: Dec 26, 2018

The TRUMPED: An Alternative Musical production team has today announced that they are to relaunch the show’s Kickstarter campaign to bring the show Off-Broadway in 2019.

Commenting, the show’s producer, Ben Fletcher, said, “After careful consideration, we decided that it was best for the show if we were to bring our first campaign — which we launched last month — to an early end in order to give ourselves an opportunity to refine our message and our plan. This is something that we have been working tirelessly on for the past couple of weeks and will continue to do so over the Christmas period so that we’re ready to launch our new campaign January 4th, the first Friday of the new year."

Further details on the relaunch will be released in the coming weeks.


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An original take An original take on the reign of the forty-fifth president written by Ben Fletcher, TRUMPED: An Alternative Musical is a two-act satirical play that parodies the 2016 Presidential Election campaign of Donald J. Trump and his subsequent first year in office as "the most powerful man in the world”.

From Eric Trump to Anderson Cooper, Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama, John Oliver to Sarah Palin, TRUMPED: An Alternative Musical satirizes the faces you know from all sides.

Featuring 62 individual characters and hundreds of individual jokes, gags, puns and satirical one-liners presented by a company of fifteen, TRUMPED: An Alternative Musical is a show where no-one is spared.

TRUMPED: An Alternative Musical is due to premiere in New York City Off-Broadway in 2019.