42ND St & 9TH Ave
Venue has $20 food/bev minimum
From the mind of Erica Vlahinos, POWER OVER POTUS is the gossip fueled political comedy that spills the true tales of the real women who did 69 in the situation room, used whips in the West Wing and had romps in the rose garden proving the broads with the biggest influence were the blackmailing female athletes, models, actresses and scandal causing staff, and these ladies never acted First Lady-Like.
In POWER OVER POTUS, a certain former intern receives an invitation to get back in action twenty years after getting rug-burn in the oval office. As she ponders pounding an orange POTUS, she seeks guidance from the spirits of the women who stood (and laid) in her shoes.
Ben Cameron is a sought after director, teacher, host and performer in NYC. A Broadway veteran, Ben has appeared in the original casts of Wicked, Aida and Footloose. After 2 sold out runs of his one-man-show Different is Good Ben began a career in cabaret as a writer, director and choreographer and creator of Broadway Sessions, a weekly concert series featuring Broadway’s best. Sessions, which has been running strong for nine years making it NYC's longest running cabaret series, catapulted Ben to one of the theatre community's most beloved hosts and personalities and lead him to be the frontman of BroadwayCon, Broadway Sessions Beach Party on Fire Island, Dance Captain Dance Attack and Playbill’s the BroadwayCast. Ben continues to bring his infectious upbeat energy and hilarious lightning wit to a variety of theatrical projects, because Ben likes Broadway and Ben likes you. Bencameron.nyc
Erica Vlahinos, graduate of CCM, has always been a funny girl. With two tangential careers, a comedy career and a musical theatre career, Vlahinos’ worlds didn’t merge until PALIN LIVE in 2014. Her first jaunt as comedian, writer, performer, PALIN LIVE was a surprise hit that started as a two show engagement and ended up running for two years Off-Bway at the Laurie Beechman theatre in Joan River’s old time slot. Aside from appearing on standup stages and improvs across NYC, Vlahinos has been seen Off-Broadway in Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic (Fanny Brice) and at the Town Hall in the Broadway’s Rising Stars Concert. Tours: TheatreWorks Curious George. Regional: Lippa’s The Wild Party (Queenie) at the Aurora Fox, Children of Eden (Eve) and Spitfire Grill (Percey) both at Timberlake Playhouse. Concerts: Kennedy Center Honors, Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Ericavlahinos.com
Nick Wilders is a NYC-based music director, composer, producer and happy guy whose work has brought him from Lake Tahoe to the United Kingdom and beyond. Born and raised in central Pennsylvania, Nick began his theatre career as an actor, until his interests broadened to include musical direction, production and stage direction. Upon graduation from high school, he entered Baldwin Wallace University as a Music Theatre major, but soon carved a niche with self-designed coursework in Theatre & Concert Production. Since graduating in 2015, Nick has been working as a Music Director, Teaching Artist and performer. His recent projects include Music Directing Rock of Ages and Burn the Floor on the Norwegian Breakaway, Music Assistant of The Sound of Musical (National Tour,) and Orchestrations for Jimmy! at the Public Theatre. Nickwilders.com
See You Next Tuesday Productions, founded by comedian Erica Vlahinos, is dedicated to creating in-your-face funny productions that combine art and activism. To do so, Vlahinos compiled a team that was 50% Broadway alums and 50% Millennial powerhouses. This pairing of experienced sophistication and youthful angst has created a production company that pushes the envelope, entertains and, most importantly, makes people laugh.
Vlahinos’ work has been hailed by BroadwayWorld as having "South
Park-esque zingers paired with a young, fresh political perspective"
and praised Vlahinos for her ability to "sling satire over her
shoulder like the newest Kate Spade. She wears parody like Hillary
wears a pantsuit: strong and comfy. Unafraid, unrelenting and
unflinching. Vlahinos lives in a the hunger games style world,
where politics and entertainment are unapologetically mixed!"
Theatre in the Now called her last production “an example of smart writing” and “laugh-out-loud jaw droppingly funny.” LA Markuson described the POWER OVER POTUS as a “musical candyland cabaret journey through the minds of multiple presidential side pieces” and coined Vlahinos a “juggernaut of feminist creative power.”