[UPDATE BELOW] Michael Moore is coming to Broadway—the Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker and Trump soothsayer announced today he'll be starring in a one-man show that aims to answer the question, "Can a Broadway show take down a sitting President?" The answer, probably, is no, but it should at least be entertaining.

The show, dubbed The Terms of My Surrender, is Moore's theatrical debut, and officially opens on August 10th for a 12-week run. It's not exactly clear what the show entails, but the press release describes it as "an exhilarating, subversive one-man show guaranteed to take audiences on a ride through the United States of Insanity, explaining once and for all how the f*** we got here, and where best to dine before crossing with the Von Trapp family over the Canadian border." So, expect a lot about Trump, and maybe something about the Von Trapp brewery in Vermont (it's good!)

Moore has been on the forefront of the celebrity anti-Trump resistance—back when the Democratic establishment was convinced Hillary Clinton would cruise to victory, Moore put out a list of 5 reasons Trump would win. His predictions ended up being correct, though his next hypothesis, that Trump would be impeached, has yet to come to fruition.

It seems likely this Broadway show will not be the thing that does Trump in, but tickets, which run $29 - $149, are on sale today, if you care to try.

Update 4:06 p.m. Moore told the Times in an interview that The Terms of My Surrender will be "a humorous play about a country that’s just elected a madman — I mean, there’s really no other way to put it." He also described it as more of a "theater piece," and noted there'll be some special guests and "surprise postshow excursions" that may or may not turn into protests, who knows!

"We’re 10 blocks from Trump Tower, we’re in the corporate capital of America, we’re in the financial capital of America, we’re in the media capital of America," Moore said. "If one was going to stand on a stage and do the things that I’m going to do, there’s only one place to do it, and it’s here in this city and it’s right here at the epicenter of creative expression and free speech."