Theatre NOVA is presenting the Michigan Premiere of “What the Constitution Means to Me” by Heidi Schreck. The show will run from Oct. 20 to Nov. 12.
The story revolves around fifteen-year-old Heidi who earned college money by competing in Constitutional debate competitions across the nation. This comedy has themes of hope as adult Heidi looks back at the impact the Constitution had on her younger self and the generations of women in her family.
This production is directed by Briana O’Neal (“Splattered”). and features Emily Wilson-Tobin (“The Language Archive”), David Galido, and Skye Soleà. The production and design team includes scenic designer Paul Taylor (“Mlima’s Tale”), lighting designer Jeff Alder (“Splattered,” “Mlima’s Tale”), costume designer Genevieve Compton (“Splattered”), properties and sound designer Carla Milarch (“Splattered”), and stage manager Carolyn Pierce (“Splattered”).
Theatre NOVA maintains some Current COVID-19 protocal as of 7-23-2023. They ensure that all artists and staff are fully vaccinated, two bathrooms (one upstairs) are available for patrons upon request, they perform a ventilation audit once a year and all Thursday performances will be mask-required to provide a safe space for our immunocompromised patrons and those who want a higher level of risk mitigation.
Performances are on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.
A general admission ticket is $28. For those who need them, Theatre NOVA makes theatre accessible by offering pay-what-you-can tickets.
The general public has access to purchasing tickets, memberships, flex passes, and subscriptions online or in person one hour before each performance.
Theatre NOVA. 410 W Huron St, Ann Arbor. 734-635-8450. theatrenova.org.