Convention opened to rave reviews and Broadway World mentioned Sue in particular:
“The best performances were strongly defined, appropriately serious in tone while also being amusing. McLean Peterson's Mayor Kelly, Michael Pantozzi's Philip Murray (from the Congress of Industrial Organizations) and Sue Kim as Dorothy Vrendenburgh, the Secretary of the DNC, were especially memorable.” - Broadway World (full review)
Convention is the true-and-overlooked story of what went down at the 1944 Democratic National Convention when the people’s favorite, progressive incumbent Vice President Henry Wallace, was denied nomination as FDR’s running mate, in favor of the moderate Senator Harry Truman. As FDR was on the brink of dying, this choice meant the Presidency, and the future of the Democratic Party.