What the Constitution Means to Me
[01:50] Return to Civility
[02:29] Interview with Michelle Hand
Playwright Heidi Schreck’s highly impactful and timely memoir, What the Constitution Means to Me, winner of Best American play, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, opens Max & Louie Productions upcoming 2023 theatrical season, running at The Marcelle Theatre, April 6-23rd in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Michelle Hand* (Heidi) recent stage appearances include Mrs. Cratchit in A Christmas Carol at The Repertory Theater of St. Louis, Sugar in Tiny, Beautiful Things at Max & Louie Productions (St. Louis Theater Circle Award Nomination), and Mrs. Bennett in Pride and Prejudice at the Repertory Theater of St. Louis (St. Louis Theater Circle Award Nomination). She is the co-founder of the Orange Girls Theater Company, appeared in the Off-Broadway premiere of Day of the Dog, and has collaborated in over 40 productions in St. Louis.
What the Constitution Means to Me will run at the Marcelle Theatre, 3310 Samuel Shepard Drive, Saint Louis, Missouri 63103 April 6- April 23, 2023. Tickets are now on sale at maxandlouie.com or by phone at Metrotix (314) 534-1111. Free secure parking.
[25:30] More on Saint Louis In Tune
[28:40] Heidi Schreck conversation with PBS on "WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME"
[34:45] Word for the Day
[36:15] Social Discourse and John O. McGinnis Article, How Institutions Crumble
[47:30] What day is today and Funny Stuff
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