Burton Bumgarner · Playwright

110th Street Station

Drama by Burton Bumgarner
3 m, 6 w
Eldridge Plays and Musicals

During the wait for the next subway train, the assembled characters think only of their own plights. There's Estelle, an eccentric woman who sits in the station doing cross-stitch and talking with Grover, a street person; Julia, a wealthy woman whose expensive car has just broken down and who is in a hurry to meet her husband; Calvin, a spoiled brat who is supposed to be meeting business associates of his father's at the airport; Marta, a recent immigrant on her way to a new job in a sweatshop; a novice nun with doubts about her vocation; Jan and Jill, musicians and roommates who are driving each other crazy; and a punk who dances around under headphones. As they wait, they draw conclusions about the people around them but soon realize that their perceptions and reality are miles apart.

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