BUS STOP by William Inge
In the middle of a howling snowstorm in March of 1955, a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a cheerful roadside diner. All roads are blocked, and four or five weary travelers are going to have to hole up until morning.
The Guardian wrote that “there is something beguiling about this forlorn slice of Americana, which mediates on the distances between towns and the distances between people, like an Edward Hopper painting with dialogue.”
“…Mr. Inge has put together an uproarious comedy that never strays from the truth.” —NY Times. “William Inge should be a great comfort to all of us…he brings to the theatre a kind of warm-hearted compassion, creative vigor, freshness of approach and appreciation of average humanity that can be wonderfully touching and stimulating.” —NY Post.
APRIL 13 – MAY 6