What the Constitution Means to Me (2020)

What the Constitution Means to Me (2020)
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  • Genre: Drama
  • Release year: 2020 ()
  • Running time: 100 min
  • Original Title: What the Constitution Means to Me
  • Voted: 55

Live Broadway cast production of Heidi Schreck's play presenting multiple facets, historical perspectives and personal experiences with the U.S. Constitution.

  • Fantastic! by 7

    This is one of the best shows I have watched in quite a while. It is part play, part stand up comedy, and part debate. It is relevant, passionate and at times surprising look at our history and the current state of our country, as it relates to the U.S. Constitution. And despite this performance presenting as a debate, I believe it will help to bring people together by helping them see varying points of view. There may not be a right or wrong answer, to the questions posed, but one thing is for sure; conversation is the key to healing and forward movement. This is a must watch for everyone.

  • What the Constitution Should Be by 10

    Don't believe all these right-wing Nazi propagandists trying to denigrate this remarkable work of art, These trolls are weak, scared, emasculated and cowardly. This brilliant show shines a light on what America could and should be. If only we had such strong, insightful and compassionate leaders in D.C. this country might still have a chance.

  • Because nothing is perfect...(but it's close!) by 9

    This play is the a powerful anecdote to the powers, both positive and negative, of the constitution. If we really care about our women, we'll listen to them. Part is the beauty of this play is being able to disagree and being able to express why. For some this will be preaching to the choir and for others this will test your boundaries of belief. Dive in and start a discussion (not a build a bunker around your own idea)

  • Engaging and educational call to activism by 10

    Deeply relevant and moving. You will be moved to tears and your heart will bleed. Watching this as we move towards a predictably damaging, outraging Supreme Court nomination. ???????? on Amazon Prime

  • Sooooo Good! by 10

    The importance of this film/play, cannot be overstated. Described as predictable by another rater, until change is realised fundamentally, this material needs to presented over and over and over again.

1Christian Sprengercinematographer
2Brienne Rosecomposer
3Marielle Hellerdirector
4Havilah Brewsterproducer
5Diana DiMennaproducer
6Aaron Glickproducer
7Matt Rossproducer
8Heidi Schreckself
9Mike Ivesonself
10Rosdely Ciprianself