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Written by William Inge
Directed by Bob Kempf

Fridays and Saturdays, November 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, & 17 at 8PM

In the middle of a raging Kansas snowstorm, a Greyhound bus to Montana is forced to stop at a roadside diner, leaving its colorful passengers stranded overnight. The passengers include a pretty nightclub singer traveling against her will; a brashly romantic cowboy who has all but kidnapped her; the cowboy's wise friend who tries to set him straight; and an unemployed college professor fighting his inner demons. The local denizens (the bus driver, the cafe owner, the sheriff, and a naive waitress) can't help but become involved in the strangers' lives. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright William Inge mixes moments of wild comedy and heartbreaking tenderness to explore the many nuances of love and longing.

Starring Ellie Sivesind, Carlos Vera, Tray Trimble Fletcher, Daniel Korth, Jared Cantrell, Cory Geurtsen, Steve Evans, and Victoria Lusk.