Fishtank "Elegy for a Lady" preview by Steve Walker
On some occasions, a play calls out to be staged somewhere other than
a theater. For example, last year, a production of William Inge's "Bus
Stop," which is set in a diner, was performed in one in Lee's Summit.
This weekend, an Arthur Miller one-act about a man shopping for
intimate apparel for his mistress will be mounted in a Crossroads
boutique that specializes in that kind of women's wear.