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This production features Planet Connections award-winning artists.*
Benefiting: National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation
Produced by: Merkins, Daniello & Sons
Created and Directed by: Sean Daniels & Eric Mercado
Kettle Moraine High presents, The Most Dangerous Woman in America (Sponsored by Kenosha County Dodge), which tells the story of poor Irish immigrant branded “Typhoid Mary,” carrier of deadly disease. However, when a Swine Flu pandemic hits, Mary’s plight becomes all too real. The show must go on… but should it?
Venue: The Robert Moss (440 Lafayette Street)
Wednesday 5/29/13 – 8:30pm
Friday 5/31/13 – 9:00pm
Thursday 6/6/13 – 9:00pm
Saturday 6/8/13 – 9:00pm
Wednesday 6/12/13 – 4:30pm
Sunday 6/16/13 – 12:00pm
Not Without My Gallbladder runs 90 minutes with no intermission.
Tickets: $18 General Admission, $9 for Film/Music Participants, FREE for Theatre Festivity Participants. Click here to reserve your seats!
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Educational Issues, Experimental, Mystery / Thriller, Play
Sarah Shutt (Production Stage Manger)
Meredith Dixon (Associate Producer)
Kaela Garvin (Costume Designer)
*Not Without My Gallbladder features artists who has received the following awards and nominations from Planet Connections:
Nominee – Outstanding Director (Eric Mercado, for Baby Plays the Banjo)
Nominee – Outstanding Production (Baby Plays the Banjo)
Nominee – Outstanding Director (Eric Mercado, Bomb Shelter)
Nominee – Outstanding Production (Bomb Shelter)