This fall, voters will be caught up in election turmoil… but at 42nd Street Moon it will be set to the glorious tunes of George and Ira Gershwin in the classic political satire OF THEE I SING. Before heading to the ballot box, voters can stop by the box office to see this sharp-witted book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, which earned this savvy commentary the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, making it the first musical ever to do so. Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court, the Presidency, and the democratic process itself are all targets in this timeless farce. With a cast that includes San Francisco icon David Fleishhacker in his musical debut, this enduring tale of a campaign tainted by scandal kicks off 42nd Street Moon’s 20th season. The superb Gershwin score includes Who Cares?, Love is Sweeping the Country, Of Thee I Sing, Baby, and Trumpeter, Blow Your Golden Horn.