Horton Foote's unforgettable tale of an intrepid woman who journeys to a small town in 1950's Texas to reunite with her husband upon his release from prison.
From the producers: Georgette Thomas has spent the past six years waiting obediently for her husband to be released from prison. As his release date draws near, Georgette must travel to the small Texas town where he is being held – a journey that will force her to come to terms with her own expectations of love and loyalty.
Horton Foote was an American playwright and screenwriter who evoked American life in beautifully observed minimal stories. He received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1995 for his play "The Young Man From Atlanta" and two Academy Awards, one for an original screenplay, "Tender Mercies," and one for adapted screenplay, "To Kill a Mockingbird." "The Traveling Lady" opened on Broadway in October 1954 and closed three weeks later.
The cast includes Larry Bull, Lynn Cohen, Angelina Fiordellisi, Jean Lichty, George Morfogen, Ron Piretti, PJ Sosko, Jill Tanner, Korinne Tetlow, and Tony Award winner Karen Ziemba ("Contact," "Bullets Over Broadway").