It's not poetic irony that on January 20, George W. Bush's last day in office, Will Ferrell will make his Broadway debut in You're Welcome America. A Final Night With George W. Bush.
The one-man comedy will feature Ferrell's famous impression of the infamous president, as well as observational humor and autobiographical anecdotes, and will also include stories about the actor's work on Saturday Night Live.
It's rumored that Ferrell will also be doing other well-known impressions, such as Neil Diamond, Robert Goulet, and James Lipton.
Because the play is directed by Adam McKay, who wrote and directed films such as Talladega Nights and Anchorman, Ferrell fans can be confident they'll have the time of their lives. At the very least, audiences will probably find Ferrell more amusing than the man he's portraying.