'Bus Stop' stops at Lycian April 14

| 30 Sep 2011 | 09:31

Sugar Loaf — The comedy “Bus Stop” will be presented at the Lycian Centre for the Performing Arts on Thursday, April 14 at 8 p.m. In this show, playwright William Inge examines some of the many faces of love. As down-home characters interact in a street corner restaurant during the course of a hilariously turbulent night, extraordinary qualities are revealed in seemingly ordinary people. Lycian officials said Bus Stop truly exemplifies America’s postwar awakening and introduces characters that have since become new cultural icons, adding “few playwrights are able to make the everyday universal and the commonplace the stuff of great theatre. Inge is one of these playwrights.” Tickets are $49.50 and 45 for adults and $37.12 and $33.75 for youth and can be purchased by calling 469-2287.