(Alfred Hickling’s article appeared in the Guardian, 2/4.)

William Inge's drama famously inspired the 1956 film starring Marilyn Monroe, though sightings of it on stage have been rare until within the last year, when Pitlochry festival, the Theatre by the Lake and now the New Vic have all revived it; as if to prove the case that you wait 50 years for one Bus Stop, then three come along at once.

via www.guardian.co.uk

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