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Bus Stop longs for a simpler, more innocent past. Filled with sentimental characters and a pleasant, slice-of-life storyline, it still manages to charm modern audiences, both young and old.

In a howling storm, a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a roadside diner, where eight snowbound strangers get a full serving of love, longing, and loneliness. Cherie’s a nightclub singer with big dreams and no intentions of settling down. Bo’s a good ol’ cowboy with the romantic manners of a headstrong bull, who will not let Cherie get away. Along with this foolish romance, the proprietor of the cafe and the bus driver develop a friendship of their own, a middle-aged scholar comes to terms with himself, and a young girl gets her first taste of romance.

As the storm wears on, they all spend the night discovering truths and uncovering lies. Of course, this all comes with a warm side of romance and laughter, and the ageless pursuit of honesty, personal desire, and companionship, for all of the weary travelers, is the soup du jour.

Bus Stop longs for a simpler, more innocent past. Filled with sentimental characters and a pleasant, slice-of-life storyline, it still manages to charm modern audiences, both young and old.

In a howling storm, a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a roadside diner, where eight snowbound strangers get a full serving of love, longing, and loneliness. Cherie’s a nightclub singer with big dreams and no intentions of settling down. Bo’s a good ol’ cowboy with the romantic manners of a headstrong bull, who will not let Cherie get away. Along with this foolish romance, the proprietor of the cafe and the bus driver develop a friendship of their own, a middle-aged scholar comes to terms with himself, and a young girl gets her first taste of romance.

As the storm wears on, they all spend the night discovering truths and uncovering lies. Of course, this all comes with a warm side of romance and laughter, and the ageless pursuit of honesty, personal desire, and companionship, for all of the weary travelers, is the soup du jour.

Bus Stop longs for a simpler, more innocent past. Filled with sentimental characters and a pleasant, slice-of-life storyline, it still manages to charm modern audiences, both young and old.

In a howling storm, a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a roadside diner, where eight snowbound strangers get a full serving of love, longing, and loneliness. Cherie’s a nightclub singer with big dreams and no intentions of settling down. Bo’s a good ol’ cowboy with the romantic manners of a headstrong bull, who will not let Cherie get away. Along with this foolish romance, the proprietor of the cafe and the bus driver develop a friendship of their own, a middle-aged scholar comes to terms with himself, and a young girl gets her first taste of romance.

As the storm wears on, they all spend the night discovering truths and uncovering lies. Of course, this all comes with a warm side of romance and laughter, and the ageless pursuit of honesty, personal desire, and companionship, for all of the weary travelers, is the soup du jour.

WHEN

WHERE

The City Theatre
3823 Airport Blvd.
#D
Austin, TX 78722
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2512659

TICKET INFO

$10-$25
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