Veronica’s Veil Auditorium is home to an all-volunteer theater company best known for its annual Lenten drama, “Veronica’s Veil,” which began in 1919. The company has expanded to include other plays presented in the auditorium throughout much of the year.
The auditorium is part of the former St. Michael The Archangel Church, which was founded by German immigrants in the mid-19th century and sits halfway up the South Side Slopes much like churches do in the Rhine Valley.
Varies depending on the program.
The auditorium has its own parking lot.