Sutton Foster Takes Audiences on a Spiritual Journey in Violet at Roundabout Theatre Company

See what people are saying about the first-ever Broadway production of Jeanine Tesori's inaugural musical.

Jeanine Tesori's musical of self-exploration has finally found its way to the Broadway stage 16 years after making its off-Broadway premiere in 1997. Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster stars as Violet, a young woman whose face bears the mark of a tragic childhood accident. As she travels across the country seeking out a televangelist to heal the gruesome scar, she befriends two soldiers who help her along the path to self-acceptance. Hear what the cast has to say about the meaning of the inspirational musical and how audiences have been reacting to its uplifting message, communicated through Tesori's rapturous score.

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