Bus Stop – Dorset Players

bus-stop-poster16716173_1525607834119485_2720166920673247551_oOne of the pleasures of Community Theatre is that they can present classic plays with large casts, giving those who never had an opportunity to see these plays, a look into our theatre treasures. William Inge’s Bus Stop is such a play. Produced in 1955, it told the story of a group of people stranded by a snowstorm in Kansas at a bus stop. The film of the play was only loosely based on the play which won four Tony awards.There is drama, comedy and romance in this look at a world that is now gone.

The Dorset Players are performing the play March 3 to March 12. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2 pm.  Having talked to the director, Paul Michael Brinker and two of the actors, Dana Haley and Bobby Leonard, we are looking forward to it eagerly.

Bus Stop Interview Part 1

Bus Stop Interview Part 2

The Dorset Players web site

Bo and Cherie, Bobby Leonard and Dana Haley
Bo and Cherie, Bobby Leonard and Dana Haley
Virgil and Bo Dan Silver and Bobby Leonard
Virgil and Bo
Dan Silver and Bobby Leonard

 

 

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