This tongue-in-cheek satire has ex-President George W. Bush brought to the World Court at The Hague to be prosecuted for starting the war in Iraq. In a hotel penthouse the night before he gives himself up, Bush encounters two mysterious employees and spends his time toking up, getting laid and defending his actions. The relationship between born leaders and born followers is not an easy one, but George has an answer for every question.
- 2010—World premiere, InterAct Theatre, Philadelphia. Moved to 59E59 Theatres, NYC. First new play ever commissioned by InterAct Theatre.
- 2008—Public reading, Guthrie Theatre in the Ruth Easton New Play Series of the Playwrights’ Center, Minneapolis.
- 2012—Published by Dramatists Play Service.