This is a play written by Robert Reich, who I consider as one of the intellectual leaders of the Occupy Movement. He is a renowned professor of economics at UC Berkeley, who was also the Secretary of Labor under the Clinton administration.
This play dramatizes a historical meeting between the Nobel laureate economist Milton Friedman (and an iconic figure for the Chicago school of economic philosophy), and the infamous Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.
I don't know much about it, and couldn't really find any details on the script from the web other than what's described on the Cal CLAS page. Must be hot-off-the-press, and is probably all the more reason to go see it!
If anything, just another reason to grab some beer afterwards . . .
See the webpage for more details: