"BEST PLAY OF THE YEAR"
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Finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
When she was fifteen years old, Heidi Schreck started traveling the country, taking part in constitutional debates to earn money for her college tuition. Decades later, in What the Constitution Means to Me, she traces the effect that the Constitution has had on four generations of women in her family, deftly examining how the United States' founding principles are inextricably linked with our personal lives.
About the Author
Heidi Schreck is a writer and performer. Her other plays include Grand Concourse and Creature. Heidi's television writing credits include Billions, Nurse Jackie, and I Love Dick. What the Constitution Means to Me was a Pulitzer Prize finalist and nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play.