In his audacious new play Devil With The Blue Dress, Kevin Armento examines five women’s accounts leading up to – and resulting in – President Clinton’s impeachment in 1998.
I’ve never questioned why it’s known as the Monica Lewinsky scandal and not the Bill Clinton scandal – but I am now, having seen Devil With The Blue Dress, and I don’t think I’m the only one.
Devil With the Blue Dress is a sharp and incisive play that takes another look at an infamous part of US political history, with compelling performances from the cast of five – gripping from start to finish.
In Kevin Armento’s play Devil With The Blue Dress which is directed by Joshua McTaggart, we look at someone who has been on the world stage since the 1990s – Hillary Clinton.
The Clinton-Lewinsky scandal has a pressing relevance for today’s audience and with its talented cast, Devil With The Blue Dress will no doubt have a good run.
Revival is a strange word. It suggests something rescued from its deathbed and shocked into fresh vigour by an infusion of talent, or money, or inspiration. In the case of I Loved Lucy, the corpse seems retrieved from the morgue only to die again in public.