Heidi Schreck's comic and hopeful exploration strives to breathe new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of American women. More…
Fifteen-year-old Heidi Schreck earned her college tuition money by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In her boundary-breaking new play, the Obie Award winner resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women in her own family and the founding document that dictated their rights and citizenship.
See it if If you like the put down of men. Being dictated at. Good acting but plotline to dictatorial and as such, takes away from performance.
Don't see it if If you dont want to be lectured or realize that the Constitution is the constitution.
See it if Even better than it was off Broadway. A bit more polished and Schreck really delivers authenticity.
Don't see it if A must see. Should be required, especially in this time right now.
See it if u want to see an original (but decidedly not originalist) civics lesson by an engaging, plucky storyteller that's more TED Talk than theater
Don't see it if you're not interested in a partisan, feminist lecture; you expect a traditional theatrical experience.
See it if Schreck's 'love letter' to the US Constitution makes for fascinating, gripping theatre Personal is made political via Butler's apt direction
Don't see it if Schreck's performance at times a little too emotional when a steely reserve would have sufficed Iverson's legionaire provides needed respite
See it if whether you like the politics of politics, need a refresher on the Constitution or know nothing about the Constitution and your rights.
Don't see it if you do not mind missing a delightful civics lesson & an amazing young performer go toe to toe with the author on where our country is today!
See it if you would enjoy hearing about our democracy & its principles as described by delightful woman and precocious child. Mix of memoir & contest
Don't see it if you expect a story with recognizable beginning middle & end. Lots of small stories are told. But the big one is left for our imagination.
See it if you are interested in women's issues and an analysis of the constitution' if you would enjoy being entertained & informed simultaneously.
Don't see it if if you are conservative or are not interested in the female point of view of the constitution; if you do not enjoy political plays.
See it if you enjoy one-person show (with cameos by a few others) that relate a person’s life experience.
Don't see it if you go to a Broadway show primarily for the entertainment value; there isn’t much here. It doesn't feel like a big enough show for Broadway.
See it if What the Constitution has, or more importantly hasn't done, for people it wasn't originally written for: non-land owning white men.
Don't see it if Rights, the Constitution, or feminism don't interest you. One-ish person shows aren't your thing.
Also Ticket from in-person rush for $42. Front row to the side.
See it if You want to see yet another sob story wrapped in a cloak promising so much more. Or, if you haven't had your fill of soap opera-ish tales.
Don't see it if you really are expecting an interesting, illuminating evening. This quickly devolves into a high school-worthy venture that went off course
See it if well-written yet light to get the audience to think about issues yet hear the personal story of one woman.
Don't see it if need lots of interaction and characters. not the kind of show to just sit back and listen - one needs to engage with it.
See it if You want to see a personal heartfelt one woman show about historical and current interpretations of the Constitution.
Don't see it if You aren’t interested in current issues with the constitution and it’s amendments, particularly women’s issues.
See it if You want an exquisitely constructed piece investigating our country and women's place/treatment in its law.
Don't see it if You get bored without action played out onstage. TW: abortion and domestic abuse.
See it if you want clever, thoughtful, funny, engaging play (mostly a one-woman show) re: constitution, reproductive rights, & gender-based violence.
Don't see it if you want structured plot. This feels more like well-written stream-of-consciousness style reflections on life, family, and powerful women.
See it if you are interest in history, politics or current events. Interesting how the playwright weaves in and out of her 15 and 40+ year old selves
Don't see it if you are looking for an escape from politics or history
See it if Heidi Schreck's piece is relevant and accessible. It's thought-provoking without being pedantic. It felt like a master class in civics while
Don't see it if both venerating and casting a critical eye on our country and our democracy. Go for an evening of engaging thoughtful contemplation.
See it if you are interested in government and the current political situation, like shows that discuss ideas, and enjoy intelligent shows.
Don't see it if you are a right-winger and don't want to be exposed to the other side of the political spectrum. But you are just the audience who should!
See it if a unique and incredibly thought-provoking piece of theater that both educates and entertains. Heidi Schreck is brilliant.
Don't see it if you want to see a traditional play with a plot and well-developed characters.
See it if you are interested in discussion of why we are where we are politically. An excellent acting/writing job from Heidi Schreck
Don't see it if you want an old fashioned well made play
See it if you are so into our Me Too moment that it overrides all other rights & if you believe forbidding male misbehavior on paper will stop it cold
Don't see it if you understand that at this moment our "antiquated" Constitution is the only thing standing between us and chaos!