You Can't Do That, Dan Moody!
by Georgetown Palace Theatre

Sep. 08 - Oct. 01
Fridays-Sundays

 

Special Event at the Historic Williamson County Courthouse

 In September 1923, Georgetown District Attorney, Dan Moody tried and convicted the Ku Klux Klan for the first time ever in the United States. This fast-moving story of pistol-whippings and court trials describes in vivid detail how Dan Moody helped rid Texas of the evil Ku Klux Klan. This show will be held as a special event at the Williamson County Courthouse, where the original events actually took place!

 


You Can't Do That, Dan Moody!
by Ken Anderson and Tom Swift
Georgetown Palace Theatre

Fridays-Sundays,
September 08 - October 01, 2017
Williamson County Courthouse
710 S. Main Street
Courthouse Square
Georgetown, TX, 78625

Performances are Friday and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, and Sundays at 2 pm. Sometimes ticket demand causes us to add Saturday matinee performances at 2 pm. This production will open for a VIP crowd on Thursday September 7th and close Sunday October 1st.  

 

 

Prices:

Courtroom Assigned Seating $30 

Discount General Seating Balcony $15 

*The balcony view is compromised and is not accessible to wheelchairs and walkers, as there are stairs to navigate.

*$1 ticketing fee will be added per ticket at checkout.

*This Special Event is not included in ANY Flex Pass Package.

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The play will take place inside the Historic Williamson County Courthouse on the Georgetown Square.  710 S. Main Street.