No one could be happier about the menagerie of players or the wild three ring circus that is this year’s crop of political presidential candidates than that irreverent comedy clan The Capitol Steps. They are sure to crunch on toes as they sling barbs and arrows, using wit and satire to lampoon the whole field of political potentials running for the highest position in the land. Waterbury’s Palace Theater will host this comedic debate, one in which the lawn mower just may mow them all down to size, for one night only, Thursday, April 7 at 7:30 p.m. It is guaranteed to be HUGE.If you don’t recognize their name, The Capitol Steps have been around making sport with headlines and headline makers since 1981. No one is safe from their satirical spotlights, not the Pope, Palin or Putin. They fearlessly take on anyone standing tall in a leadership role. Their unique story began at Washington, DC’s hub when they were all Congressional staffers who were asked by their boss, Senator Charles Percy, to create a skit for a Congressional Christmas Party.The original trio of writers Elaina Newport, Bill Strauss and Jim Aidala were so successful at their assignment they quit that gig and proceeded to take their show on the road. They have yet to yield the floor. Their material is timely and topical and tremendously funny, as they poke and prod the current newsmakers in a series of skits, with song parodies, dance, props, costumes and tongue-in-cheek humor.Everyone in the political arena will be fair game as these “happy hunters” take aim at Hillary, the Donald, Ted, Bernie, Ben, Jeb and Marco. Whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, an independent, Green Party, Tea Party or otherwise affiliated, your gal or guy will be lampooned and skewered in a non-partisan free-for-all. These guys write all their own material and this year they have a feast, a full buffet table, a banquet to select juicy morals from for the tastiest treats…unless you’re John Kasich and your name doesn’t rhyme with anything, not even Dennis Kucinich.For tickets ($25-75), call the Palace Theater, 100 East Main Street, Waterbury at 203-346-2000 or online at www.palacetheaterct.org.Prepare for razor sharp wit about the economy, health care, immigration, foreign policy, social security and, most of all, political candidates as this talented group illuminates all the “insider” stuff they once experienced first hand. Song parodies are their speciality. Show up and prepare to laugh. Cast your ballot for The Capitol Steps and they won’t let you down.