Take two law clerks — one liberal, the other conservative. Place them inside the chambers of Justice Antonin Scalia during some of the most polarizing cases to reach the U.S. Supreme Court and watch what happens.

Books and even an opera have been written about the court’s senior associate justice. Now comes a play, The Originalist, a political drama being mounted at Washington’s Arena Stage with Scalia at its center.

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