Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Driving Miss Daisy

L-R:  Steve Emily (Boolie), Joseph W. Lane (Hoke), Billie McBride (Daisy).

Driving Miss Daisy is an American story, and Alfred Uhry’s script is storytelling at it’s best. Uhry won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for drama, and for good reason.  It’s a look back in time, and it’s a look in the mirror.  It’s a snapshot of who we were then, and who we could be now.  It’s a story of dignity and friendship. It’s a story about a time (1948-1973) when race, religion, and society were changing.  

Read the rest of this review at the CS Indy web page....

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