What the Constitution Means to Me | Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place | Theater & Performance | Chicago Reader

What the Constitution Means to Me The Short List (Theater) Recommended Image Closing (Theater and Galleries) Canceled

When: Tuesdays-Sundays. Continues through April 12 2020

UPDATE Friday, March 13: this event has been canceled. Contact the box office for refunds.

Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated Broadway hit, which she originally also performed under Oliver Butler's direction, plays in a touring production with Maria Dizzia as "Heidi." The play recounts Schreck's time as a high schooler delivering speeches about the U.S. Constitution to American Legion posts to raise money for college. Along the way, she offers insights into how the document connects with her own family's history, which includes domestic violence and abortion. Dizzia, a vet of Orange Is the New Black and Broadway, is joined in this touring production by Mike Iveson and Rosdely Ciprian, who were in the Broadway run, as well as "student debater" Jocelyn Shek from Los Angeles.

Price: $30-$85

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