Why did the author of the play Chicago spend her final years living as a recluse and wearing a black veil whenever she appeared in public?
How did a shy, religious, female journalist in the male-dominated world of 1920s Chicago end up creating the sexy, bawdy, controversial play in the first place?
And what happened after Beulah and Belva were acquitted?
These are just a few of the many things you’ll learn in this fascinating Chicago Part 2 episode. You won’t want to miss these behind-the-scenes stories of the famous stage and film sensation and Maurine Watkins, the intriguing woman who created it.