Run Time: 70 minutes
Margaret E. Knight was a 19th century inventor with two big but forgotten stories.
At 12 years of age, while working at a textile factory, she invented a part to improve the safety of a power loom. How did she not only get mill management to listen to her idea but implement it?
As an adult, she invented a machine to mass-produce flat bottom paper bags. This invention was eventually stolen from her so she hired a lawyer to take the case to court. The defense was that “there is no way a woman could have invented this.” How did Margaret persist and secure her place in the annals of invention?
Thursday, October 19 at 7:00PM
Friday, October 20 at 7:30PM
Saturday, October 21 at 2:00PM
Saturday, October 21 at 7:30PM
Auditions and Crew Interviews
Auditions: Aug 28 5:00-7:30PM Cassingham Theater
Callbacks: Aug 29 5:00-7:30PM Cassingham Theater
Crew Interviews: Aug 30 3:45-5:00PM Schottenstein Theater