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* {{Blues}} - The Beale Street music hall song ("Anyone Would Do").
* DeepSouth - Violet travels from [[UsefulNotes/{{Appalachia}} North Carolina]], through Tennessee and Arkansas, to Oklahoma.
* EarnYourHappyEnding - Violet ends up with one, even if it isn't the one she originally hoped for.
* EveryScarHasAStory - We learn the story of Violet's disfigurement through the flashbacks.
* FacialHorror - Violet's reason for traveling by bus to meet the televangelist.
* {{Flashback}} - These occur regularly. Some characters (e.g., Young Violet, Father) appear only in flashbacks.
* FolkMusic - The song ("Water in the Well") that Young Violet sings [[spoiler: just before the accident that left her disfigured]].
* TheGambler - Violet's father taught her to play TabletopGame/{{Poker}} as a way to improve her math skills. Young Violet soon beats her father in the game, and Violet beats Flick and Monty.
* HealingHands - Violet is seeking the healing touch of the televangelist.
* InformedDeformity - Violet's scars are left to the audience's imagination, rather than being depicted through makeup or prosthetics.
* KeepAway - Monty takes Violet's book.
* {{Landlady}} - Flick slips her some cash because [[spoiler: she does not want to rent to white people (Violet and Monty)]].
* LoveTriangle - Violet, with Monty and Flick.
* MalignedMixedMarriage - Violet and Flick attract some unfriendly attention while dancing at the Beale Street music hall in Memphis.
* MissingMom - Violet's mother died when she was young.
* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished - Violet comes to Flick's defense (as does Monty), and his attackers steal her suitcase as they flee.
* NotSoDifferent - Both Violet and Flick have experienced being judged by their appearance.
* RoadTripPlot - Violet travels by Greyhound bus from Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with several stops along the way.

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* {{Blues}} - {{Blues}}: The Beale Street music hall song ("Anyone Would Do").
* DeepSouth - DeepSouth: Violet travels from [[UsefulNotes/{{Appalachia}} North Carolina]], through Tennessee and Arkansas, to Oklahoma.
* EarnYourHappyEnding - EarnYourHappyEnding: Violet ends up with one, even if it isn't the one she originally hoped for.
* EveryScarHasAStory - EveryScarHasAStory: We learn the story of Violet's disfigurement through the flashbacks.
* FacialHorror - FacialHorror: Violet's reason for traveling by bus to meet the televangelist.
* {{Flashback}} - {{Flashback}}: These occur regularly. Some characters (e.g., Young Violet, Father) appear only in flashbacks.
* FolkMusic - FolkMusic: The song ("Water in the Well") that Young Violet sings [[spoiler: just before the accident that left her disfigured]].
* TheGambler - TheGambler: Violet's father taught her to play TabletopGame/{{Poker}} as a way to improve her math skills. Young Violet soon beats her father in the game, and Violet beats Flick and Monty.
* HealingHands - HealingHands: Violet is seeking the healing touch of the televangelist.
* InformedDeformity - InformedDeformity: Violet's scars are left to the audience's imagination, rather than being depicted through makeup or prosthetics.
* KeepAway - KeepAway: Monty takes Violet's book.
* {{Landlady}} - {{Landlady}}: Flick slips her some cash because [[spoiler: she does not want to rent to white people (Violet and Monty)]].
* LoveTriangle - LoveTriangle: Violet, with Monty and Flick.
* MalignedMixedMarriage - MalignedMixedMarriage: Violet and Flick attract some unfriendly attention while dancing at the Beale Street music hall in Memphis.
* MissingMom - MissingMom: Violet's mother died when she was young.
* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished - NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: Violet comes to Flick's defense (as does Monty), and his attackers steal her suitcase as they flee.
* NotSoDifferent - NotSoDifferent: Both Violet and Flick have experienced being judged by their appearance.
* RoadTripPlot - RoadTripPlot: Violet travels by Greyhound bus from Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with several stops along the way.

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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished - Violet come's to Flick's defense (as does Monty), and his attackers steal her suitcase as they flee.

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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished - Violet come's comes to Flick's defense (as does Monty), and his attackers steal her suitcase as they flee.


* RoadTripPlot - Violet travels by Greyhound bus from Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with several stops along the way.
* TheWoobie - Violet at times, and especially [[spoiler: Young Violet during "Down the Mountain"]].

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* RoadTripPlot - Violet travels by Greyhound bus from Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with several stops along the way.
* TheWoobie - Violet at times, and especially [[spoiler: Young Violet during "Down the Mountain"]].
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''Violet'' is a 1997 musical developed by Jeanine Tesori (music) and Brian Crawley (lyrics/book), based on the short story "The Ugliest Pilgrim" by Doris Betts. Lauren Ward originated the title role. ''Violet'' won the Drama Critics' Circle Award and Lucille Lortel Award as Best Musical. The revised 2014 Broadway production starred Sutton Foster as Violet. The musical follows the bus trip of a young disfigured woman, as she leaves her family's farm in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, seeking healing from a televangelist in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Not to be confused with [[VideoGame/{{Violet}} the video game by the same name]].
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* {{Blues}} - The Beale Street music hall song ("Anyone Would Do").
* DeepSouth - Violet travels from [[UsefulNotes/{{Appalachia}} North Carolina]], through Tennessee and Arkansas, to Oklahoma.
* EarnYourHappyEnding - Violet ends up with one, even if it isn't the one she originally hoped for.
* EveryScarHasAStory - We learn the story of Violet's disfigurement through the flashbacks.
* FacialHorror - Violet's reason for traveling by bus to meet the televangelist.
* {{Flashback}} - These occur regularly. Some characters (e.g., Young Violet, Father) appear only in flashbacks.
* FolkMusic - The song ("Water in the Well") that Young Violet sings [[spoiler: just before the accident that left her disfigured]].
* TheGambler - Violet's father taught her to play TabletopGame/{{Poker}} as a way to improve her math skills. Young Violet soon beats her father in the game, and Violet beats Flick and Monty.
* HealingHands - Violet is seeking the healing touch of the televangelist.
* InformedDeformity - Violet's scars are left to the audience's imagination, rather than being depicted through makeup or prosthetics.
* KeepAway - Monty takes Violet's book.
* {{Landlady}} - Flick slips her some cash because [[spoiler: she does not want to rent to white people (Violet and Monty)]].
* LoveTriangle - Violet, with Monty and Flick.
* MalignedMixedMarriage - Violet and Flick attract some unfriendly attention while dancing at the Beale Street music hall in Memphis.
* MissingMom - Violet's mother died when she was young.
* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished - Violet come's to Flick's defense (as does Monty), and his attackers steal her suitcase as they flee.
* NotSoDifferent - Both Violet and Flick have experienced being judged by their appearance.
* RoadTripPlot - Violet travels by Greyhound bus from Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with several stops along the way.
* TheWoobie - Violet at times, and especially [[spoiler: Young Violet during "Down the Mountain"]].

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