Funny, poignant, and more than a little terrifying, The Trial of Typhoid Mary takes audiences through immigration, dessert, disease, and death and will leave you questioning everything you were ever taught.
In a power play of revisionist history, the story of Mary Mallon, or as most of us know her, 'Typhoid Mary,' has been dominated by George Soper's serial killer, human culture tube account for nearly a century. Much of the dialogue in The Trial of Typhoid Mary is primary source material. Because you can’t make this stuff up.
Mary takes her story back in this theatrical look into life and times of the "most dangerous woman in America." The original songs, dialogue, and stories are the culmination of two years of research into the circumstances surrounding Mary Mallon's isolation by the NYC Board of Health.