By Doug Fabrizio
Salt Lake City, UT – Between 1951 and 1992, the US Government tested 928 nuclear bombs in the Nevada desert, and Utah and its unsuspecting residents were downwind. Over time, scientists started to make connections between incidents of cancer and contamination from the fallout of those tests. Utah writer Mary Dickson has created a new play that looks at the human consequence of nuclear testing, and it's a very personal story. Mary Dickson joins Doug to talk about her own family's experience and about being "Exposed."
- Plan B Theatre Company presents Exposed at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in Salt Lake City. The play opens this Friday, October 19th and continues through November 4th. For tickets and information, call ArtTix at 801-355-2787 or click here.
- On October 21st and November 3rd, Mary Dickson, the cast and others will take part in a post-show discussion. For details, or for access to the discussion on sold-out notes, visit Plan B Theatre Company
- Visit the Plan B Theatre Company blog written by Playwright Mary Dickson and the cast of Exposed
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