On June 20, 1957, a violent tornado struck Fargo, North Dakota, killing twelve people. Inspired by that fateful event, playwright Tracy Frank explores how communities survive tragedy in her new musical “Weather the Storm” (composed by Topher Williams). We discuss Tracy’s inspiration to tell this story, what it takes to build a musical, and how her own health struggles intertwine with the themes of the play. Don’t forget to stay tuned to the end for a musical sneak peek of this phenomenal new work!
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