When Catherine Donohue started experiencing painful and strange medical issues, doctors first told her that she was making it up. She soon discovered, however, that the company she was working for had known all along that the radium used to paint watch dials was poisoning their employees. This production is directed by Dr. Nichole Nicholson, the granddaughter of a radium girl. The play is about finding friendship and family, about fighting for dignity and respects, and about standing up for what is right.
Performance time: approximately 1.5 hours, no intermission
$5 general admission.
FREE for Pierce students with ID.