Sunday, December 3, 2023

Hillary Clinton to Have ‘Giant’ Role in Play about Evil Witch

'Real news, and I’m really excited! Check out the production if you’re in Little Rock...'

(Headline USA) Hillary Clinton will play the offstage role of the Giant in a production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods in her onetime home state of Arkansas, the Arkansas Repertory Theatre announced on Monday.

“Real news, and I’m really excited! Check out the production if you’re in Little Rock,” Clinton tweeted and her spokesperson confirmed to The Associated Press.

Clinton was the first lady of Arkansas before she was the first lady of the United States, a senator representing New York, secretary of state and then presidential candidate.

The Into The Woods Giant is the vengeful widow of the giant who Jack killed after climbing the beanstalk. The Giant does not appear on stage, and the voice part is usually prerecorded.

The play itself, an amalgamation of traditional Western fairy tales and folk tales, involves a witch who casts a curse upon a farmer’s family after they steal greens from her garden.

The show runs April 19 to May 15.

Clinton has previously had cameo roles in the television shows Madam Secretary and Murphy Brown.

Several of her former campaign advisers and associates have been implicated in the Durham Investigation seeking to unravel the conspiracy that helped corrupt intelligence officials to push the Russia-collusion hoax devised by Clinton’s campaign in the 2016 presidential race.

Clinton herself was sued recently by former President Donald Trump for her role in spreading the defamatory claims.

She currently is believed to be self-quarantining in Chappaqua, NY, after having tested positive for COVID-19. Twitter users offered her a list of movies to watch including 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, a Netflix documentary on Jeffrey Epstein and a Dinesh D’Souza documentary on her history with the Democrat party.

Adapted from reporting by the Associated Press

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