On Saturday, May 18th, Young Invincibles will join hit Broadway show What the Constitution Means to Me for a voter registration drive outside the Helen Hayes Theater. Hosted on the 18th birthday of the show’s star, Thursday Williams, the event will give young people an opportunity to join the show’s cast and crew as they register to vote and get informed on how they can take civic action.
“We are so excited to partner with What the Constitution Means to Me to highlight the importance of civic participation and to lift up young adult voices,” said Rachel Fleischer, Executive Director of Young Invincibles. “This thought-provoking play is a testament to the power of young people — that their voices matter and that they can define what political participation means to them. Young Invincibles works every day to help young people make their voices heard and create the change they want to see. We will keep fighting for all young people, especially young women and young people of color, to ensure they have the opportunity to fully participate in our political process.”
What the Constitution Means to Me is delighted to partner with a national organization like Young Invincibles, who is fighting every day for economic opportunities and political inclusion for young adults like Thursday. As the play underscores, it is up to every person to demand and enact change – and this begins with everyone being able to have a voice in the decisions being made about them. The show is proud to partner with Young Invincibles as they work to amplify the voices of young people in the halls of power and in voting booths across the country.
Even if you can’t join the registration celebration on the 18th, you can still buy discounted tickets to select upcoming shows of What the Constitution Means to Me. To buy tickets with the discount code, go to TelechargeOffers.com and enter the code CONOFFER14 on the left side of the home page under “Promotional Code.”