From The Hill’s “Under the Dome“:
A Broadway play and movie about the hard-working, self-effacing Supreme Court justice who wrote the majority opinion for the historic 1973 abortion decision in Roe v. Wade would seem highly unlikely, but that’s apparently what’s in store for Linda Greenhouse’â€™s biography of the late Justice Harry Blackmun.
Jay Harris, a producer with the Weissberger Theater Group, told The Hill he’s purchased the option rights to Greenhouse’s 2005 book, Becoming Justice Blackmun, for adaptation as a stage play and possibly a motion picture, and that award-winning playwright Lee Blessing has been commissioned to write the screenplay.
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