Alyssa Milano, Sigourney Weaver Star In Mueller Report Play: ‘We Must Hold This President Accountable’

A star-studded cast of Hollywood actors, including a slew of left-wing political activists, are starring in a live-streamed play about the release of the Mueller report.

The one-night play, The Investigation: A Search For The Truth in 10 Acts, features Alyssa Milano, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sigourney Weaver, Wilson Cruz, Joel Grey, Annette Benning, Kevin Kline, John Lithgow and is slated to debut Monday. 

The performance is premised around former FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 448 page report on Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.

The production is hosted and livestreamed by LawWorks, an organization that claims it works with “bipartisan voices and educates the public on the importance of the rule of law, the role of the special counsel in the justice system and the integrity of our judicial system.”

Milano promoted the play’s debut Sunday.

“Speaking of exciting projects – look for an announcement at 8am Monday morning about an exciting performance I’ll be doing tomorrow (Monday evening that you can all watch. Cryptic enough? I am embargoed until tomorrow,” the anti-Trump actress tweeted.

She officially announced the play would debut Monday morning, characterizing President Trump as a criminal.

“The #MuellerReport establishes probable cause that @realDonaldTrump committed crimes and that the president’s campaign not only knew Russia wanted them to win, but welcomed it,” Milano tweeted. “We must hold this president accountable for his actions.”

Milano recommended the president tune into the leftist reenactment of the Mueller probe.

Our all star cast will perform all ten counts of your obstruction of justice!” she boasted on Twitter.  

In reality, while the Russia probe cost the American taxpayers $25.2 million, Mueller’s report found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and the special counsel did not charge President Trump with obstruction.

The play’s live-stream will begin at 9 p.m. ET.

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