Fossil Frenzy took place on Saturday, December 17th at the Lexington Children’s Theater in downtown Lexington. It consisted of an interactive display of archeological tools and artifacts from the University of Kentucky’s William S. Webb Museum of Anthropology, followed by a performance of Digging Up Dessa. After the performance, attendees were treated to a Q&A session with the cast and creative team of the Lexington Children’s Theater, Webb Museum Staff, and Dr. Brenna Hassett, a founding member of the Trowel Blazers, which is an organization dedicated to highlighting the contributions of women in the ‘digging’ sciences. Curator Lisa Guerre spearheaded the collaboration between the Museum and the Lexington Children’s Theater and put together the materials for the display. Anthropology graduate students Leah Böttger and Marcus Rodriguez (pictured below) served as guides for the museum display.