Its subject is Victoria Woodhull, the 19th-century woman who with her sister were the first women to operate a brokerage firm, at which they became millionaires; and started a newspaper. Woodhull was a proponent for free love and activist for equality of the sexes. Its cast of characters includes Cornelius Vanderbilt, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, restaurateur Charlie Delmonico, and Henry Ward Beecher, with whom Woodhull is linked in a fictional romance that leads to the minister being tried for alienation of affections.
Music: Michael Gibson
Lyrics: Charlotte Anker, Irene Rosenberg
Book: Charlotte Anker, Irene Rosenberg
Director: Julianne Boyd
Starring: Jill Eikenberry, Beth Austin
1981 Drama Desk Award
- Outstanding Costume Design (Theoni V. Aldredge) (Nominated)