All Things Equal: The Life and Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Over the course of 90 fascinating (and often funny!) minutes, the audience will witness the professional & personal trials that crafted Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the icon we know today. Despite obstacles like losing her mother the day before her high school graduation, to studying law at Harvard while raising a daughter and helping her husband battle cancer, to fighting for women’s rights in front of all-male courts in the 1970s, and more, a compassionate face of straight-thinking American justice emerges from it all.
This new play, written by Tony Award-winning playwright Rupert Holmes, is a joyful heart-to-heart with a true American original. The creative team is completed by director Laley Lippard and actress Michelle Azar, starring as Ruth Bader Ginsburg.