PICNIC BY WILLIAM INGE
Sept. 7, 1953. Labor Day. An idyllic small town in Kansas. Two houses, one backyard. Change is in the air. This is the setup for William Inge’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Picnic, which opens with Hal Carter, a young drifter who has come to town to visit his old college roommate. Hal stirs up emotions of all kinds and represents vastly different things to the inhabitants of the small town.
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