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Driving ‘Miss Daisy’ home

March 31, 2011
MIRABEL BRADLEY (mauibackstage@gmail.com) , for The Maui News

ProArts is racking up a reputation for producing professional-quality theater, and Alfred Uhry's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic "Driving Miss Daisy" was no exception. The cast of three, directed by Jonathan Lehman, tackled complex themes of race, class, aging, close-mindedness and pride with unassuming honesty and humor. They had the audience laughing from the moment the lights went up, and by the final scene, had more than one person in tears.

 
 

 

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