Here is a flamboyant portrait of Victoria Woodhull who ran for office with Frederick Douglass on a platform that included women's suffrage, free love, abortion, birth control, spiritualism, and anarchy. Her affair with Henry Ward Beecher ruined both of their careers. A choral group introduces each scene with songs or hymns of the period.
"An interesting play, heightened by poetically couched dialogue and dramatic tension." - New York Times