Drury University's Lifetime Learner Program will continue in the Olin Library with "William Inge: Playwright of the Midwest."
Dr. Bob Bradley will make this presentation about Inge, who was born in Independence, Kansas in 1913, became the star dramatist of the 1950s with four consecutive Broadway hits and equally successful Hollywood adaptations into film: "Come Back Little Sheba," "Bus Stop," and "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs." All were acclaimed for their picture of life. Is there more going on in Inge's plays that immediately apparent and do they speak to the audiences of today?
Information at 873-6952.