Music by Jeanine Tesori; Lyrics and Book by Brian Crawley

Based on “The Ugliest Pilgrim” by Doris Betts

NY Drama Critics’ Circle Award Winner & Tony Awards Nominee for Best Revival of a Musical

Directed by Lynda DiVito

Music Direction by Rachel Robinson and Nicolas Perez

Choreography by Gary D. Ferguson

May 28 - June 20, 2020

Previews: May 28 & 29, 2020

Opening Night: May 30, 2020

In 1964 a young woman from a hilltop town in the Blue Ridge Mountains takes a 900-mile Greyhound bus journey - hoping a televangelist preacher in Tulsa will heal her facial scar, and transform her life. Hop aboard and go on a soaring musical pilgrimage with Violet!

Sensitivities vary from person to person. If you have any concerns about content, please contact the box office.

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Previews: Preview performances are the first performances in front of an audience. These are technically classified as rehearsals and certain elements of the shows may not be finalized.
Opening Night: First official public performance.
Theatre Club: Patrons are encouraged to stay after the performance for a free talkback with the cast and director.

Creative Team:

Director: Lynda DiVito

Music Directors: Nicolas Perez & Rachel Robinson

Choreographer: Gary D. Ferguson

Stage Manager: Kate Saville

Scenic Designer: Martin Flynn

Lighting Designer: Allen Willner

Sound Designer: Lana Palmer

Costume Designer: Denise Altaffer

Properties Designer: Debbie Shelley

Poster/Publicity Photographer: Stu Selland

Lit Up at Town Hall with Violet

June 10, 2020 7:30 pm Town Hall Theatre

Theme: Piece by Piece

Lit Up at Town Hall Theatre provides an exciting opportunity for community authors, lecturers, musicians, and artists from across generations to come together with theatre-goers and other members of the community and share their work. Each of these literary salons will focus on a specific theme that captures and expands upon motifs within the current production, providing an in-depth and multi-layered theatre experience. Curated by our Literary Consultant Katie Ziegler.