Two Lessons at the Bus Stop by George Kelly
Two Lessons at the Bus Stop

Hatbox Theatre
June 16–25, 2017
Fridays & Saturdays – 7:30pm
Sundays – 2pm

New World Theatre presents an evening of three one act plays written by regional playwrights.

Two Lessons At The Bus Stop by George Kelly  – A man sits alone on a park bench, having just emerged from the church of his youth. He is waiting for a bus.  A blooming flower garden is in front of him, and his past is behind him. He is half way “home,” and is just now, trying to reconcile his own mortality.

Whatever you Want by Tom Z. Spencer – The story of a young man who taught himself English from one source…Shakespeare. Surprise number one: no one else speaks in verse.  

Jason, Jason, and Florence by Matthew Bickerstaff, produced by Outcast Productions – An abusive father, who appears to have truly changed, tries to reconnect with his only child; a child who has done everything within their power to forget the person they once were, but with every step only seems to be brought back to these traumatic events.

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