The Capitol Steps' show is rip-roaring political fun. The seven-member cast is a constant transition of new costumes, props, and music. Their political satire song parodies take potshots at the outrageous goings-on in Washington. Equal opportunity satirists, they take aim at issues that are in the news right now - picking on Republicans, Democrats and anyone else who deserves it. The Steps treat audiences to such ditties as: Ain't No Surplus Now It's Gone, Wouldn't It Be Hillary, The Sunni Side of Tikrit and more. The Capitol Steps are an unforgettable entertainment experience.
One-time congressional staffers who have since turned comedians, the Capitol Steps now travel the country satirizing the very people and places that once employed them.
No matter which side of the political fence you’re on, you’re guaranteed to enjoy the Capitol Steps. Their production is rip-roaring political fun, one constantly updated to reflect today’s political headlines, with new costumes, props and music. In no way mean-spirited, their hilarious musical satire takes potshots at the outrageous goings-on in Washington, unafraid to say in public what most of us are thinking! The Capitol Steps perform over 300 shows a year all over the country and frequently appear on television. Over the last 20 years, the group has performed off-broadway and produced 24 recordings, including their latest, Papa’s Got a Brand New Baghdad and such ditties as Between Iraq and A Hard Place; Osama Come Out, Tomorrow; Bill’s Way; Fools on the Hill; Son of a Bush; One Bush, Two Bush, Old Bush, New Bush; It’s Not Over Till the First Lady Sings!; First Lady and the Tramp; and more.