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Lincoln 2020

ensemble theatre · spacewhale theatre company · Ages 13+ · 90 mins · United States of America

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May 01, 2019

Opening June 6, 2019– Closing June 29, 2019

Broadwater Second Stage
6320 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (May 1, 2019) — Announcing “Lincoln 2020,” a sharp, interactive political comedy that satirizes our current political situation without ever using the T-word, premiering June 6th as part of the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Like a lot of people today, campaign manager Tess Baker is sick of politics. She’s just about ready to throw in the when somebody wakes up a candidate she can work with – Abraham Lincoln. Will he be a good President in 2020 America? Will he even win? You decide! That’s right, the play has two endings and your vote counts!

Director Colleen Labella, known for her work with IAMA Theatre Company and the Geffen Playhouse, and Playwright/Producer Holiday Kinard are first-time Fringers and excited to take HFF by storm. Tim Kopacz leads the cast of ten as Abraham Lincoln, you may remember him from last year’s award-winning produ


PRESS RELEASE: Abraham Lincoln to Run for President in 2020

March 03, 2019


LOS ANGELES, Calif. (February 17, 2019) — Just in time for Presidents Day, Abraham Lincoln has announced his candidacy for the 2020 Presidential election. He joins a crowded Democratic field with a platform that focuses on income inequality and LGBTQ rights, along with gun control, a topic he is understandably passionate about.

Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States, known for delivering the Gettysburg address and ending slavery, along with being physically unattractive. He consistently ranks among the top 5 Presidents of all time and is featured on Mount Rushmore, the Lincoln Memorial, and the penny.

Thanks to revolutionary advances in human regeneration, this Presidential campaign Americans can look forward to beautiful oration, filled with outdated and possibly tone-deaf references. And in response to detractors who doubt the candidate’s eligibility and aliveness, Campaign Manager Tess Baker said, “Why not?