What the Constitution Means to Me on Bway + Dinner | 5/10

What the Constitution Means to Me on Bway + Dinner | 5/10

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Start your Mother’s Day weekend with a celebration of women and a look at how our Constitution does (does not) serve us. On Friday May 10th, we will be seeing the critically-acclaimed and thought-provoking new play, What the Constitution Means to Me with pre-show dinner & drinks at Bea.

Heralded by the NY Times as “not just the best play to open so far on Broadway this season but also the most important,” this witty and boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of American women.

Fifteen-year-old Heidi Schreck put herself through college by giving speeches about the U.S. Constitution. Now, the Obie Award winner resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the document's profound impact on women's bodies—starting with her great-great-grandmother, a mail-order bride who died under mysterious circumstances.

We will meet at Bea at 6pm for dinner & drinks before heading to the Hayes Theater for the 8pm. Optional post-performance drinks & discussion at the Foundry. Mothers & daughters are welcome. Bring your mom for a pre-Mother’s Day treat!

All tickets include a seat with the group in row E of the Mezzanine. Full experience tickets include shared appetizers & 1 glass of wine at Bea before the show.

Full experience tickets are $120 through 5/1 at midnight ($125 full price)
Show-only tickets are $80 through 5/1 at midnight ($85 full price)

Bring Your Mom Special:
2 full experience tickets for $220 early bird ($225 full price)
2 show only tickets for $120 early bird ($125 full price)

Premier members get an additional $20 off ALL tickets options!

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Full event schedule:

6pm | Meet at Bea for food & drinks
(403 West 43rd Street at 9th Ave)

8pm | Performance at the Helen Hayes Theater
(240 West 44th St btw 7th & 8th ave)

10pm | Optional post-show drinks & discussion at the Foundry
(270 West 43rd St at 8th ave)