Sinners on a Southbound Bus

Author: Ben Holbrook

Sinners on a Southbound Bus

Description: Set during a late night bus ride on a warm, misty Alabama night, this is a dramatic/comedic meditation on fear, morality, and the ghosts we leave behind.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2016
Date Added: 10/3/2016
Content Advisory: Strong Language, Violent Situations
1 Act, 75 Minutes
2 Females, 4 Males, 2 Gender Neutral

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Keywords: Action/Adventure · Characters are Mostly Young Adults · Comedy · Crime · Drama · Fight Sequences · Folklore and Legends · Gay and Lesbian · Gender and Sexuality · Grief and Mourning · Large Cast Size · Mostly Male Characters · Mystery/Suspense/Noir · Philosophy · Politics · Religion and Spirituality · Single Set · Social Issues · The Theatre

This play is in the following collections: FringeNYC 2016

Original Production Information

Sinners on a Southbound Bus premiered in August of 2016 at the Kraine theatre as a part of the New York International Fringe Festival with the following cast and crew:

Trudy: Katie Healy
Morgan: Michael Coppola
Silas: Nabil Traboulsi
Delta: Renette Oracien
Officers Triplett: Scott Brieden
Bus Driver: David Bell
Passenger 1: Adam Towers
Passenger 2: Ashley Versher

Director: Phoebe Padget

Stage Manager/Board Op: Grace Gasner
Lighting Designer: Felicia Hall
Sound Designer: Alex Dietz-Kest
Poster/Marketing Design: Brandon Phillips
Box Office Assistant: Tanja Konwinski
Produced by: Ruddy Productions ( Artistic Director- Katie Healy, Associate Artistic Director - Joshua Warr, Executive Director- Sérgio-Andreo Bettencourt Urbina)