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A Message from Justice Creative, Lauren Gunderson
In the Rehearsal Room
On the Stage
About the Play
There are The Supremes (Florence Ballard, Diana Ross, Mary Wilson). And then there are THE Supremes – Thurgood Marshall, Warren Burger, Earl Warren, et al. Both are recognized for their lasting impact on the world they inhabit. Both have been given to periodic internal dissent. Both sometimes slide a tad too close to the political. Both have been known to sing. At least from the creative minds of Lauren Gunderson, Kait Kerrigan and Bree Lowdermilk, that’s true. Here we have Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court, alongside the next woman appointed to the Court, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, inspiring each other, through song and memories, and reminding us what it took to hold true to their respective beliefs and values. Watching it all unfold is the current, fictional, appointee – Vera – the heir to the legacy we see established by O’Connor and Ginsberg.
This is not meant to be glib, this connection between The Supremes and the Supreme Court; rather, it is meant to suggest that there is something significant when women are included in the mix – whether we are talking about the music that shapes a generation or the legal decisions that impact every citizen of the United States. Continue Reading …