James Witt (Boris Johnson) and James Dangerfield (Michael Gove) perform in "Brexit The Musical" at the Edinburgh Fringe, in Edinburgh, Scotland, August 11, 2017.
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A retelling of Britain's vote to leave the European Union and its dramatic political consequences might perhaps be framed as high drama or extreme farce. Audiences at the Edinburgh Festival, however, are lapping up a lighthearted musical-comedy version of the tawdry tale in "Brexit the Musical," a sellout featuring Boris Johnson, the most colorful Brexit campaigner, cavorting in matching Union Jack underpants and socks, looking for a lost plan. There is still no clarity about what Brexit will mean in practical terms.
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