COLUMBIA — MU's new production of "Picnic" shows the dangers of reckless lust in the postwar Midwest. William Inge's 1953 play tells of a drifter who wanders into a restrictive 1950s Kansas town and uses nothing but his sex appeal to throw the community into existential disarray.
New MU play is 'Picnic' of lust, energy
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