Join us for a free special evening Wednesday, April 13, 6:00-8:00 pm at Grandin Theatre, that features the inspiring collaboration between two vital Roanoke Valley nonprofits: Virginia Children’s Theatre and Tudor House. (Register below.)
In summer 2020, Roanoke business and swimming icon Louis Tudor died by suicide. Out of the tragedy, Tudor House was born, a nonprofit that provides resources for individuals suffering from depression and mental illness.
In 2022, Tudor House and Virginia Children’s Theatre partnered to present “Apologies: A play about teenage suicide” to families throughout the Roanoke Valley.
Providing the pro bono marketing “buzz” for this show: Nero Digital Design.
- 6:00 pm – Doors open (beer, wine, soft drinks and concessions available for purchase)
- 6:30 pm – Performances by Virginia Children’s Theatre
- 7:00 pm – Blue Ridge PBS premier of our new episode
- 7:30 pm – Q&A with Tudor House
We thank Tudor’s Biscuit World, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton C. Johnson, City of Roanoke (through American Rescue Plan funding) and Freedom First Credit Union for sponsoring this episode!