ATTIC CHAMBER THEATRE closes the season with a classic from one of the masters of the American Theatre.
The play is set in a diner about 25 miles west of Kansas City in early March 1955. A freak snowstorm has halted the progress of the bus, all roads are blocked and the weary travelers a going to have to hold up till morning. Romantic or quasi-romantic relationships ensue between the characters. This destination brings about interesting life changes for all the stranded.
Bus Stop opened on March 2, 1955 and closed on April 21, 1956, running for a total of 478 performances. The opening night cast starred Albert Salami as Bo and Kim Stanley as Cherie and was directed by Harold Clurman.
The play was nominated for four Tony Awards in 1956: Best Play
Directed by Berray Billington
performances begin July 12th @ 7pmand continue through July 20th .
There will be a matinee at 2pm on July 15th with a talk back to follow.
**ACT PLAY CLUB SELECTION Pick up a copy of the script at the Appleton, Menasha and Neenah Libraries. Read the script, then join us for a lively discussion of this Pulitzer Prize winner. Check with the hosting library or our website attictheatreinc.com for dates and times.