What the Constitution Means to Me OverviewWhat the Constitution Means to Me, by Heidi Schreck, is part memoir, part socio-political lecture, and part debate. As the author (who is also the play’s central character, and originally its lead performer) tells personal stories related to her experiences of the United States Constitution, she also describes its history, and the ways in which it has been interpreted. The final third of the play consists of a debate between the author-performer and a young female debater, each taking a side on the question of whether the Constitution should be abolished. Throughout the play, particular points of focus are ways in which is possible to have a personal connection to the Constitution, and the relationship between the Constitution and women.
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