It is March 1946. At the culmination of World War II, Winston Churchill has been defeated for re-election. Sitting in forced retirement with wife Clementine at his home, Churchill receives an invitation from President Harry S. Truman to speak in Fulton, Missouri.
Ronald Keaton's tour de force performance as Winston Churchill is provocative, hilarious and heartwarming. "One of Chicago's top-tier theater veterans" according to the Chris Jones of the Chicago Tribune – Keaton is a fixture on the stages of the Goodman, Marriott Lincolnshire, Chicago Shakespeare, Drury Lane Oakbrook, First Folio and more.