Photo by Lois Leftwich

Theatre Three will present Picnic by William Inge. In the repressed ‘50s, Inge won the Critics Circle’s Best Play Award and the Pulitzer Prize telling a powerful, sexy, funny and touching story of a conventional small Kansas town where five women of all generations are changed forever when a brawny, charming wanderer causes sexual havoc on lusty, dusty Labor Day.

Theatre Three will present Picnic by William Inge. In the repressed ‘50s, Inge won the Critics Circle’s Best Play Award and the Pulitzer Prize telling a powerful, sexy, funny and touching story of a conventional small Kansas town where five women of all generations are changed forever when a brawny, charming wanderer causes sexual havoc on lusty, dusty Labor Day.

Theatre Three will present Picnic by William Inge. In the repressed ‘50s, Inge won the Critics Circle’s Best Play Award and the Pulitzer Prize telling a powerful, sexy, funny and touching story of a conventional small Kansas town where five women of all generations are changed forever when a brawny, charming wanderer causes sexual havoc on lusty, dusty Labor Day.

WHEN

WHERE

Theatre Three
2800 Routh St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://theatre3dallas.com/events/picnic/

TICKET INFO

$10-$50
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