PARISH – The Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Drama Department proudly presents “Radium Girls” onstage, Nov. 9 and 10 in the Junior/Senior High School Auditorium.
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The show will be held each night beginning at 7.
Tickets will be available at the door for $6 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.
The show is based on the true story of how in 1928 radium was considered a miracle cure and luminous watches all the rage; before the girls who painted the watches began to fall ill with a mysterious disease.
The story chronicles the efforts of Grace Fryer, played by Nova Kowalski, a dial painter, who fights for her day in court against her former employer, Arthur Roeder, played by Gabe Casato.
The show is a must-see with a stellar cast.
The play is directed by Mary Ann Clarke-House and Evan Masterson.