Journalist Icon & Hero Dorothy Thompson Tell-All Drama
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One of the most charismatic women of the 20th century, journalistic icon Dorothy Thompson -- portrayed by acclaimed Shakespeare & Company actress Tod Randolph -- is about to get hitched. It's June 1943, and while going through last-minute preparations and experiencing wedding-day jitters, Thompson reflects on her triumphs and failures. This funny, tell-all highlights the life of a woman who was recognized by Time magazine in 1938 as the most influential woman in America after Eleanor Roosevelt, and was the first foreign correspondent expelled from Nazi Germany on direct orders from Hitler.
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By Norman Plotkin
Directed by Nicole Ricciardi
Produced by The Nora Theatre Company
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