Glen Arbor Players cast “Bus Stop”

From staff reports

Harriett Mittelberger, director of the first play of the 2024 season for the Glen Arbor Players, is delighted to introduce her cast for the award winning play “Bus Stop,” written by William Inge. “After two very competitive auditions in Glen Arbor and Traverse City we have selected an extremely talented and experienced cast,” she said. The actors and their roles are:

Elma Duckworth, a waitress, played by Susi McConnell

Grace Hoylard, owner of the restaurant, played by Susan Meserve

Will Masters, Sheriff, played by Larry Hebert

Cherie, a chanteuse, played by Jean Jenkins

Dr. Gerald Lyman, a former professor, played by Tom Czarny

Carl, a bus driver, played by Bob Boles

Virgil Blessing, a ranch hand, played by Joe Kilpatrick

Bo Decker, a young rancher and cowboy, played by Rick Korndorfer

The Performances of “Bus Stop” will be at the Glen Lake Church, 4902 W. Macfarlane, Glen Arbor at 7:30 pm on June 6-8.