THE SCREENING ROOM: Highlights from Stanford University's Violet, Staged on a Moving Bus (Video)

At the Fountain Theatricals, a student-run theatre group at California's Stanford University, kicked off its inaugural season Nov. 14-17 with the Jeanine Tesori-Brian Crawley, Lucille Lortel Award-winning musical Violet — about a girl who boards a Greyhound — staged on a moving bus. Here are highlights from the production.

Directed by Sammi Cannold, the cast featured Justine DeSilva (Old Lady/Mabel), Tobin Asher (Preacher), Alec Glassford (Jackson/Wallace Weatherman/Johnson), Ben Laboy (Farmer Karl), Louis Lagalante (Monty), Cayla Pettinato (Young Violet), Robert Poole (Flick), Alex Scott (Hotel Singer), Annie Sherman (Music Hall/Lula), Benina Stern (Landlady/Ethel), Jon Toussaint (Billy Dean/Virgil/Leroy Evans) and Arianna Vogel ( Violet).

Click here to read the Playbill VIP Spotlight on the production. Director Cannold and producers Kelly Gregg and Brandon Powell talk about staging the show on a moving bus.

Watch highlights below: