A Play by William Inge
Directed by Ann Hearn Tobolowsky
Produced by David Hunt Stafford
This is BUS STOP: About 25 miles west of Kansas City, a freak snowstorm has halted the progress of a bus, and travelers have a late-night, weather-enforced layover in a local diner. Romantic or quasi-romantic relationships ensue.
Inge’s classic comedy is filled with sentimental characters and a slow-but-pleasant, slice-of-life storyline. The play manages to continually charm modern audiences, if only due to our inherent longing for a simpler, more innocent past.
Most of Inge’s plays are a mixture of comedy and drama. This American treasure is no different.
Gary Ballard • Niko Boles • David Datz • Kaitlin Huwe
Shawn Savage • Michele Schultz • Jack Sundmacher • Mani Yarosh
—Steven Stanley for StageSceneLA
“an exceptionally talented cast”
—Carol Kaufman Segal for Carol’s Culture Corner
“a must stop for theatergoers”
—Ben Miles for Showmag.com
“characters will reach out and grab you by the heart”
—Shari Barrett for Broadway World Los Angeles