What the Constitution Means to Me on Broadway: Show Is Now Closed
What the Constitution Means to Me Summary
- Show Status: Closed
- Genre: Play
- What the Constitution Means to Me is 1 hour 30 Minutes long, including an intermission of no intermission
- 8 Shows per week
- Previews Began: March 14, 2019
- Show Opened: March 31, 2019
- Show Closed: August 24, 2019
Heidi Schreck channels her inner fifteen-year-old self in this strictly 12-week engagement in a play directed by Oliver Butler
What the Constitution Means to Me on Broadway Background
A young girl competes in Constructional debates across the United States. At fifteen-years-old the young girl, Heidi Schreck becomes successful from winning the competitions and earns money to pay for her college tuition. In this new play, Heidi Schreck channels her fifteen-year-old self to trace the relationship between the four generations of women in her family, the goal being to track the documents which bound their rights and citizenship.
What’s What the Constitution Means to Me Like?
This show tries to drive some humor into a rather staid subject matter, but the constitution is really the backdrop of this story about a woman finding herself through her previous familial generations. The off-Broadway play promoted to the big league of Broadway drives headlong into this journey and is unencumbered with an intermission where the audience can actually discuss around the well-stocked Helen Hayes bar how much they really hate this play.
Is What the Constitution Means to Me Good for Kids?
This show is suitable for children aged 12 and above.
Helen Hayes Theatre
New York, NY 10019
- Rosdely Ciprian
- Mike Iveson
- Heidi Schreck
- Thursday Williams
- Production Manager
- Bethany Weinstein Stewert
- Press Agent
- Matt Ross Public Relations
- Heidi Schreck
- Oliver Butler
- Rachel Hauck
- Michael Krass
- Jen Schriever
- Sinan Zafar