New! All Over the Map!

Palin parody The Capitol Steps perform every week in Washington, DC and around the country.
We have public shows coming up in Georgia, Maine, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC.
Read more... and see exactly how we can be in so many places at once!

Rocket Man on YouTube!

Dennis Rodman in North Korea You can get inside info on North Korea from Dennis Rodman, or you can get it from us. See scenes from live performances on our YouTube channel.

Behind the Scenes!

Elaina Newport on NBC4 Go behind the scenes with the Capitol Steps as NBC4 visits backstage.

Year in Review!

Hillary and Obama In case you missed it on air, download the Capitol Steps' live year-end performance with the year's biggest stars — Mike Pence, Rex Tillerson, Hillary Clinton, Vladimir Putin, Bernie Sanders, and those who were gone too soon — Sean Spicer, Tom Price, and, of course, the Mooch.

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"Any subjects off-limits?"

Elaina Newport Read a review and interview with Elaina Newport, co-founder of the Capitol Steps, from Front Row Center.

Read the Reviews!

"Everybody is fair game for satire" — review from the La Crosse Tribune New!

Trump himself would "enjoy the show bigly" — in the News & Observer New!

"Capitol Steps make politics fun again" — review from The O'Colly.

"A machine gun of comedy" — review from DC Theatre Scene.

"Outrageously funny"Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts.

"Great place to go on a date...Fair and balanced." — review from DC Metro Arts.

Interviews with the Cast!

Read the recent Broadway World interview Broadway World interview with cast member Evan Casey.

Group Discounts

Capitol Steps Live on Stage Save money by attending as a group! Discounts for groups of 10 or more are offered for the Reagan Building performances in Washington, DC!

The FUN in Fundraisers

Fundraiser with Capitol Steps as the entertainment Another successful fundraiser with the Capitol Steps as the entertainment!


Thank you for voting the Capitol Steps as the "Best Place To Take an Out-of-Towner" in Washington City Paper's Readers' Poll.

Say it Ain't So!

Rita Jenrette Our name was taken from a racy Washington scandal of the time we began, in 1981. Just recently, former congressional wife Rita Jenrette spoke out and denied the legend, 30 years later! We're sticking with her original story.

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We put the MOCK in Democracy!

Week of March 19

Six more years! Vladimir Putin wins re-election — again — exactly four years after he annexed Crimea in order to increase voter registration. During the campaign Putin didn't just lead chants about locking up his main opponent, he actually did it. But there was definitely no collusion.

From the album Orange Is the New Barack (2017). See live performance video on YouTube.

Week of March 12

Rex Tillerson's is wasting his time again, seeking outside experts on North Korea. Donald Trump is obviously ready to handle unprecedented face-to-face talks all by himself. Provided he can also find North Korea on a map.

Week of March 5

Vladimir Putin is up for re-election in just two weeks. Is he worried about foreign interference or cyberattacks? Payback for past attacks? Troll farms? Nope. He's the master, so the Russian election should be all locked up soon. Then it's back to meddling and spying on everyone else.

Originally appeared on the album Orange Is the New Barack (2017).

Week of February 26

Republicans have fallen into line behind their next presidential candidate, while Democrats remain divided on who can come to their rescue.

See live performance video on YouTube!

Week of February 19

When Donald Trump found out that Presidents' Day was plural, he was upset! And when he saw that it didn't include a military parade, he decided to order one in his honor. Meanwhile, Americans have been steadily revising their opinions of his precedessors, who have been mostly quiet since he took office.

From the album Orange Is the New Barack (2017)

Week of February 12

Score one for Trump over Obama in truth telling! Obama promised to close the prison at Guantanamo, but he never did. Trump promised to keep it open during his State of the Union address, and his new executive order will keep it open indefinitely. That opens up new possibilities for adding prisoners, and it dashes the dreams of the remaining detainees to make it to the mainland anytime soon.

From the album Liberal Shop of Horrors (2010)

Week of February 5

Speaker Paul Ryan took some heat last week for his tweets in praise of the GOP tax cuts. He was mocked mostly because he cited the case of a teacher getting an extra $1.50 per week in her paycheck. After the backlash by an ungrateful public, Ryan deleted the tweet so he can try to explain himself again.

Week of January 29

After Democrats scored some big wins in November and in special elections last December, their prospects for 2018 were looking very bright. So the leadership figured...perfect time for a shutdown?

Week of January 22

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has a tough job to do: explaining the president's "tough language," proving that he's not a racist, and generally making sure that information is accurate — just the way the president likes it. And during the government shutdown (by "obstructionist losers") she'll have to keep doing her job for free.

Week of January 15

The federal government is heading for another shutdown this week, unless Congress heeds the call of bipartisan statesmen like Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell for the other side. That's part of the reason the approval rating for Congress is even lower than Donald Trump's.

Week of January 8

Alabama voters didn't mind when Roy Moore was twice thrown out of office for failing to uphold the Constitution, which was after all a job qualification for being Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court. But a slim majority drew the line when it came to allegations of "dating" teenagers. Out of Washington and out of a job, Roy is heading back to the mall.