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The Arena Players take on Alfred Uhry's much-loved classic about race relations and human kindness.
Driving Miss Daisy is a play that’s guilty of schmaltz and a dose of naivete. But it’s hard not to find it endearing, especially as produced by the Arena Players. It’s a modest, sweet production, with three excellent performances and some idiosyncrasies that manage to both confuse and delight. It’s a good night out, in other words, at the oldest continuously running African-American theater in the country.
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