Feb 202007

(left to right) Richelle Claiborne, Matt Fletcher, Scott Keith, Brandy Maloney and Jude Silveira star in The Violet Hour Photo credit: Jack Looney, C-Ville Weekly
If your life was a novel, would you read the last page first? That’s one of the questions explored in Richard Greenberg’s The Violet Hour, presented by Live Arts in the Upstage Theater February 23 through March 17.The play takes place in 1919 and tells the story of John Pace Seavering, a young publisher who only has enough money to pay for one book. Both his best friend and his lover are courting him to publish their manuscript, until one day a mysterious machine appears which begins spewing out pages of novels from the end of the 20th Century.

I stopped by before a recent rehearsal to find out more about the play, and spoke with director Kay Leigh Ferguson and actor Matt Fletcher.

  One Response to “Live Arts presents The Violet Hour February 23 through March 17”

  1. I really wanted to see that production. I wish I hadn’t have missed it. Can someone please tell me where I can get tickets or see the playwright for this particular show my e-mail information is connected thinks a lot.

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