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Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Uhry
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Jul 22, 08


There is a chance that this may be one of the few pitch perfect plays ever written. There is such depth and life in the characters. The off-stage characters, who never show up, are so well drawn and full of life you'd swear they were in the actually on stage. This play avoids the dreaded hammer of sentimentality by spreading the play over decades. The lessons learned aren't simple, and don't wrap up nicely at the end. This is just a dynamic play that has two of the most well-defined characters driving it along.
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