Stepping into ‘a opposite time frame’: Guerin goes behind to a ’50s for the tumble play

October 16, 2017 - Picnic Time

For a few hours, audiences can be ecstatic to a opposite time and place when Guerin College Preparatory School performs William Inge’s “Picnic.”

Performances will take place Oct. 27 and 28 during 7 p.m. in Guerin’s auditorium during 8001 W. Belmont Ave. in River Grove. Tickets are $10.

Inge’s play is set in a tiny Kansas city in a early 1950s, usually before Labor Day.

“It was cold to step into such a opposite time frame,” pronounced Paige Hudson, a Guerin senior.