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A Play About the First Female Justices on the Supreme Court Arrives at the Wallis


“Sisters in Law” starring Tovah Feldshuh as Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephanie Faracy as Sandra Day O’Connor | Photo by Kevin Parry

Two women—divided by politics, temperament, and cultural background but forced into a unique sisterhood as the first female justices on the United States Supreme Court. A new play examines the relationship between Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Connor, and Arts Alive contributor Tim Greiving spoke to the director, Patricia McGregor.

Hit play below to listen to our extended Arts Alive feature with Patricia McGregor.  
A Play About the First Female Justices on the Supreme Court Arrives at the Wallis
 

The play was written by Jonathan Shapiro, a lawyer-turned-TV-writer. Arts Alive contributor Tim Greiving also spoke with Shapiro about his stage debut.

Hit play below to listen to our extended Arts Alive feature with Jonathan Shapiro.  
A Play About the First Female Justices on the Supreme Court Arrives at the Wallis
 

Sisters in Law, directed by Patricia McGregor, is in previews now at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, and opens this Wednesday. For tickets and more information, visit thewallis.org.

Written by:
Tim Greiving
Tim Greiving
Published on 09.25.2019

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