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Dial painters (left to right) Kathryn Schaub, played by Norah Gillogly, Irene Rudolph, played by Charlotte Vollmer, and Grace Fryer, played by Natalie Mattson paint each other’s faces during a production of “Radium Girls” at the Lockport Township High School Nov. 5. Photos by Abhinanda Datta/22nd Century Media
From left, Photographer (Katie Oldaker) and Sob Sister (Paige Svoboda) pester Tom (Aidan Callahan), Grace (Natalie Mattson) and the bedridden Kathryn (Norah Gillogly) in an intense hospital scene during a production of “Radium Girls” at the Lockport Township High School Nov. 5.
Dr. Knef, played by Noah Davidson (left), breaks the news to Grace, played by Natalie Mattson, that her condition could become fatal, during a somber scene in “Radium Girls”.
In a tense scene of “Radium Girls”, Dr. Knef (Noah Davidson) addresses the board of the U.S. Radium Corporation (left to right): Edward Markley (Tyler Dooley), Board Members (Isaac Bratt, Ryan Adolf, and Will Adolf), C.B. Lee (Liam Horan), and Arthur Roeder (Trevor Shingler).
Abhinanda Datta, Assistant Editor
5:00 am CST November 12, 2019

Hundreds of women had flocked to work in clock factories during World War I, painting watch dials with glowing radium paint. But after their shifts, they experienced horrifying side effects and that started a monumental fight for justice.