What the Constitution Means to Me's Heidi Schreck Will Chat With Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe at 92Y

Broadway News   What the Constitution Means to Me's Heidi Schreck Will Chat With Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe at 92Y
 
Legal columnist Dahlia Litwick will moderate.
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New York's 92Y will present a discussion of the Tony-nominated play What the Constitution Means to Me July 28 at 7:30 PM.

The conversation between Constitution playwright-performer Heidi Schreck and Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe will be moderated by Slate senior editor and legal columnist Dahlia Litwick.

What the Constitution Means to Me, which opened on Broadway in March, was recently named a Pulitzer Prize finalist and won the Obie Award and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best American Play. Schreck also received two Tony nominations (Best Play and Best Leading Performance by an Actress in a Play) and the 2019 Benjamin Hadley Danks Award from the Academy of Arts and Letters. It continues at the Helen Hayes through August 24.

Tribe, the Carl M. Loeb University Professor and Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard, has taught at its Law School since 1968 and was voted the best professor by the graduating class of 2000.

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