freeFall Theatre’s Ruth Bade Ginsburg play opens tonight in St. Pete

‘All Things Equal’ by Tony Award-winning Rupert Holmes runs through Oct. 23.

click to enlarge Michelle Azar is an award-winning performer with several theatrical, television and film roles under her belt.
Michelle Azar is an award-winning performer with several theatrical, television and film roles under her belt.
St. Petersburg’s FreeFall Theatre continues its American Character Series this fall with a new play highlighting the life and career of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The play, “All Things Equal: The Life and Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” will come to St. Petersburg's freeFall Theatre for a limited run Oct. 5-23. Tickets are available now for $45-$55 (a preview showing tonight, Oct. 5 is just $25).

Written by the Tony Award-winning Rupert Holmes, the play offers a glimpse into the life of RBG and the many obstacles she faced: the loss of her mother, raising her daughter while studying law at Harvard, fighting for women’s rights in the court and more.
The play is directed by co-founder and co-executive producer of the Chicago Home Theater Festival Laley Lippard and stars Michelle Azar, an award-winning performer with several theatrical, television and film roles under her belt.

“All Things Equal: The Life and Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg” is part of freeFall’s new subscription mode; one monthly price of $29 will get you access to all ticketed events held that month.
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