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Bus Stop

William Inge

Directed by Gregory Lehane

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“Theater is, of course, a reflection of life. Maybe we have to improve life before we can hope to improve theater.”

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Inge’s 1955 Tony Award winning play, Bus Stop, features eight idiosyncratically fascinating characters in search of personal fulfillment. Stranded by a fierce snowstorm in a rural Kansas diner, passengers on an interstate bus engage, commiserate, challenge and romance a group of town locals unused to the company of strangers. This beautiful and introspective play reveals the possibility that dignity and grandeur lie in each and every human action

Event Sessions

Date Start Time Location

09.23.2014
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