Sultry drifters might not be great at everything (they have trouble keeping their shirts on, for example) but they excel at starting trouble, especially in the dusty, lusty little towns they roll into, looking for work ... and much more besides. At least that's the case in Picnic, William Inge's Pulitzer- and Tony-winning stage classic. On a balmy Labor Day in the 1950s, a seductive stranger ambles into a Kansas town while its citizens are busy preparing for their annual picnic. But when he awakens the desire of a local young woman, it ends up forever changing this tight-knit community. Now The Footlighters stage this funny, sexy and affecting story about the desire to lead a more fulfilling life ... and the chances we're willing to take in order to achieve it. Dennis Murphy directs at Stained Glass Theatre.