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Driving Miss Daisy

a Comedy/Drama
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COMPANY : Academy Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Academy Theatre [WEBSITE]
ID# 2808

SHOWING : May 09, 2008 - June 01, 2008

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for Dram and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play, Driving Miss Daisy is set in Atlanta over a span of some 25 years. The play is the story of the unforgettable friendship between two most unlikely travelers--Daisy, a lonely Druid Hills dowager and Hoke, the gentle soul who joins her as her servant only to become her most trusted friend. Driving Miss Daisy is Atlanta's story. A gentle, enduring, honest tale of a city and the people who make it a special place to live.

Directed by John Stephens. Starring Jo Howarth as Daisy, Tony Vaughn as Hoke, and George Deavours as Boolie.


CAST & CREW LIST
Production Manager & Sound Designer Robert Drake
Director John Stephens
Costume Design Joan Cooper
Lighting Designer Elisabeth Cooper
Stage Manager Maggie McEnerny
Sound & Light Operator Jeanette Stinson
Master Carpenter Jim Walsh
Boolie George Deavours
Daisy Jo Howarth
Hoke Tony Vaughn
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