Heidi Schreck in 'What the Conststution Means to Me.' (Photo: Joan Marcus)
The critically-acclaimed Broadway run of “What the Constitution Means to Me” ended Saturday evening. But as its creator and star Heidi Schreck sees it, the play’s journey is only just beginning.  During its Broadway run, “What the Constitution Mean to Me” was nominated for two Tony Awards, including Best Play, and was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist. In addition to critical accolades, the play proved a popular hit, welcoming a slew of celebrity attendees and recouping its original investment.  After taking a short vacation, Schreck will resume her role in September for the show’s brief engagement at the Kennedy Center. Then…

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