Nov 12 - 13, 2021
7:30pm: Nov 12 - 13, 2021
We're excited to have you back!
This show will have in-person performances.
$37/$30 - Assigned Seating
$18 - 18 and Under
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Groundbreaker. Feminist. Artist. Visionary.
1902, Violet Oakley was the first female artist to be awarded a commission to decorate a public building. She completed over 40 murals in the Pennsylvania capitol, making her the first woman (but not the last) to have a voice in this state's government—if only with her paintbrush.
This is Violet's story, making a triumphant return to Harrisburg for a limited special engagement.
November 12 & 13 at 7:30pm
Parental Guidance Suggested
This show contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children.
For our patrons that would like to be warned of any potential triggers or specific offensive content, we have provided this list.
To prevent spoilers the list is hidden below.
This show contains the following:
sexist slurs and/or character portrayal
themes and elements may call for parental guidance
Sponsors & Partners
We want to show our appreciation to our top members of The Inner Circle:
Miles Babin, Christopher Baldrige and David Skerpon, Joe and Janet Benamati, William and Sharia Benn, Michael Chapaloney, Jeff and Caitlin Copus, Carole DeSoto, Matt and Desiree DeSoto, Harold and Maureen Dunbar, The Freeman Family, Matthew Golden, Mary Lou and Raymond Harris, Nicholas Hughes, Dan Deibler and Elizabeth Johnson, Robert and Joyce Kantor, Dr. Kraig Kiehl & Renae Kluk Kiehl, Esq., Beryl Kuhr and Patrick Bair, Wayne and Gloria Landon, Bill and Beverlee Lehr, Howard Pollman and David Forney, Karen Ruch, Craig Sager and Jay Little, David and Jean Shaw, Brad and Colleen Sanders, Kristin Scofield, David and Jean Shaw, Ellen Stockstill, John and Abby Tierney
Join the Producer Circle or higher level to get your name listed here.