ACLU-PA Events at the Arden!

November 11, 2023 (All day)
December 2, 2023 (All day)

Check out our partnering events with the Arden Theatre Company below for November! Please contact Sarah Johnson at for more information on these events:

Use the promo code DEBATE to purchase $35 tickets for Wednesday and Friday evening performances. What the Constitution Means to Me is running until December 10.

  • Young Friends Night at the Arden Theatre Company for What the Constitution Means to Me - 11/16 @ 5:30 PM:

The Arden’s Young Friends series is designed for audience members 40 and under, and includes a pre-show networking event to bring together young professionals who have a passion for theatre, arts, and Philadelphia’s cultural community. Join us on November 16!

There will be a social hour at 5:30 PM with complimentary food and drinks at Cuba Libre, followed by the show at 7:00 PM. 

Social Hour:

Thursday, November 16, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Cubra Libre
10 N. 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

  • What the Constitution Means to Me with ACLU-PA's Board and Staff! - 12/2 @ 6 PM:

Join the ACLU-PA board and staff for a social night and viewing of Heidi Schreck's What the Constitution Means to Me at The Arden Theatre on December 2

The night will feature a pre-show reception and short program followed by the show! We have a block of tickets reserved for supporters so RSVP today! Feel free to join us for the reception alone.

Saturday, December 2, 6 PM pre-show reception, 8 PM show

Arden Theatre

40 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Dinner will be provided!

  • Panel at the Arden Theatre: What the Constitution Means to Me - 11/11 @ 4:30 PM (COMPLETED):

ACLU-PA is partnering with Arden Theatre Company and WHYY for a panel discussion with leading experts on women's rights, immigration, and the U.S. Constitution. Jamila Bey, editorial director of WHYY, will be moderating. 

Saturday, November 11, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Speakers on this panel include:

  • Anjelica Hendricks, board president of ACLU-PA's Philadelphia Chapter.
  • Professor Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Emmy Award-winning writer, educator, and activist.
  • Kathryn Kolbert, reproductive rights attorney.
  • Former Congresswoman and Pennsylvania Senator Allyson Schwartz.

Registration is free but space is limited. After the panel, you can purchase a ticket for a future showing of Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated What the Constitution Means to Me. The play examines the American experience through Schreck's perspective and the amendments that make up the Constitution.