History was made just down the road in September 1923, and the Georgetown Palace Theatre is putting you in the center of the action! “You Can’t Do That, Dan Moody” tells the story of Georgetown’s District Attorney who took on the Ku Klux Klan and won a conviction. Based on the book by Ken Anderson, the play immerses you in the tense story of the pistol-whippings and court trials that helped get rid of the Klan in Texas.

To add to the realism of the story, the production is being performed at the Williamson County Courthouse on the Georgetown Square, the site of the events depicted in the play. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience what it was like in that courtroom and shouldn’t be missed if you’re a Texas history buff or theater lover!

Tickets are $30.00 for assigned courtroom seats, with discounted general seating in the balcony running $15.00. Please note that the balcony view is compromised, and disabled patrons will not be able to access the balcony seats.

The play runs now through October 1st. You can learn more about the show, and get ticket information here.

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