Bus Stop: Acclaimed Drama That Inspired Marilyn Monroe Movie
Playwright William Inge was on a legendary hot streak when he wrote Bus Stop, the lively drama now at the Sharonville Fine Arts Center. Only two years before, Inge had won the Pulitzer Prize for Picnic which ran for a year on Broadway before being adapted into an Oscar-winning film. With the stakes higher than ever, he delivered nothing less than a modern-day masterpiece. When a snowstorm forces a bus off the road, strangers must spend a long night holed-up in a diner. Thus come together rodeo champ Bo, chanteuse Cherie, the forlorn Dr. Lyman, starry-eyed Elma and others for an evening that will change all their lives forever. Later adapted into a classic film starring Marilyn Monroe (and then a subsequent '60s TV series), Bus Stop continues to touch audiences with its mix of comedy, romance and pathos.
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