A bus headed from Kansas City to Topeka is stranded by a blizzard. The four passengers and the bus driver take shelter in Grace’s Diner, a lonely, isolated cafe. They are joined by Grace and her waitress, the local sheriff and a couple of local cowboys. The play, by Kansas-born playwright William Inge, is set in March of 1955 and the action takes place from 1 to 5 a.m. The play ran at the Depot Theater from February 8 – 26, 2013.