Special Event at the Williamson County Courthouse

Presented by The Georgetown Palace and the Williamson Museum

You Can't Do That, Dan Moody!
By Tom Swift  Based and Ken Anderson

SEPTEMBER 8-OCTOBER 1

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!

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

Please select a performance
 
 

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

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.

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