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re: Today's Riedel column: WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME taking the Helen Hayes this spring
Posted by: Singapore/Fling 12:14 pm EST 01/11/19
In reply to: re: Today's Riedel column: WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME taking the Helen Hayes this spring - student_rush 10:06 am EST 01/11/19

I loved "The New One", but "What the Constitution Means to Me" has gotten much more buzz in the past few months, both in the theater community and in New York media. It hits a lot of boxes of what's hot right now, including women's stories, women's voices, women having a political platform, and a deep read of American civics that helps liberal audiences find a way to re-engage with our founding documents. People who weren't able to make it into the extension at Greenwich House have been hoping that Netflix would record it, so this is great news.

I don't know that it will be a commercial success, but I am happy at least that I might actually be able to afford a ticket to this run, since I couldn't cough up the $85 for the extension.
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