Idle Wheels


A play by James Morrison

Framed against the backdrop of the mythic Alaska wilderness, Idle Wheels, with a highly theatrical interaction between extreme realism and poetic speculation, captures the tension between the comic and the serious, the mundane and the mysterious, the still and the spinning.

Idle Wheels is the first play written by James Morrison. The play was developed by the Sundance Institute's Playwright's Conference and was first produced in 1986 by The Salt Lake Acting Company It received its West Coast Premiere in 1996 at The Road Theatre in Los Angeles.