This play is an eye-opening, funny, and challenging experience, subtly forcing audiences to think critically about the state of our country while also being moved by the challenges and resilience of the many women talked about within the performance.
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When the show debuted in 2017 off-Broadway, it was right during the middle of the Brett Kavanaugh trail, and critics found a timely tie between this story of a governmental system that was founded to support its creators – white men – and current events in the news. The New York Vulture called the show, “Personal, political, and uncannily timed.”
As a fairly new, low-key show, we will have to wait for more feedback as it enters its first season on Broadway. However, it’s already a hit with some audiences – New York Theatre called it, “[a] remarkable mix of civic lesson and storytelling…[an] extraordinary show…Funny and infuriated, analytical and confessional, erudite and heartbreaking.”
What the Constitution Means to Me performances take place in the historic and newly-renovated Helen Hayes Theatre. A smaller, intimate theater, there are no bad vantage points in the house.
For the best views with the best price point, check out the Center Orchestra section, Rows F-M or the Mezzanine middle section, Rows D and F.
The choicest seats in the house are in the Center Orchestra section. Reserve the center seats of the premium orchestra section (A to D) or in the Mezzanine, Seats 101-114 in Rows A-C.
The only complaint you’ll ever hear about this theater is that the seats are quite tight. Long-legged visitors should race to book Row A in the Orchestra section, Row A in the Front Mezzanine, Row A in the Rear Mezzanine, or aisle seats.
The What the Constitution Means to Me Experience
Experience the healing power of sharing in others’ stories while watching What the Constitution Means to Me on Broadway. When Heidi Schrek concludes that connecting with others on a deep level is the only path to true reconciliation within ourselves and within our country, and you will walk away being heartily convinced as well.