Driving Miss Daisy: A Timeless Tale of Friendship and Change

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If you are looking for a heartwarming and humorous play to enjoy this summer, look no further than Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Uhry. Presented by the Main Street Players at the Griffin Auditorium, this Pulitzer Prize-winning play explores the unlikely bond between an elderly Jewish woman and her African-American driver in the American South from 1948 to 1973. Through their 25 years of service and companionship, they witness the social and political changes that transform their lives and their relationship.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see this classic play that inspired the Oscar-winning movie of the same name. Driving Miss Daisy runs from June 14 to June 24, with evening and matinee performances.

For tickets and information click here.

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