In June 1943, amidst last minute wedding-day preparations and jitters, Dorothy Thompson reflects on her triumphs and failures. Recognized in 1938 by Time magazine as the most influential woman in America after Eleanor Roosevelt, Thompson was the first foreign correspondent expelled from Nazi Germany on direct orders from Hitler. Acclaimed Shakespeare & Company actress Tod Randolph portrays the groundbreaking journalistic icon in this passionate, funny, tell-all about one of the most charismatic women of the 20th century.
- Norman Plotkin Playwright
- Nicole Ricciardi Director
- Tod Randolph Dorothy Thompson