By Alfred Uhry
June 13 - July 11, 2004
We close our season with another Pultizer Prize winner. Uhry's story of a sharp-tongued Jewish widow and her soft-spoken black chauffeur has proven to be a real crowd pleaser. Daisy and Hoke drive through life together for more than 25 years and both of them are irrevocably changed. Despite their differences, they forge a bond deeper than either could ever have imaginedf. This is a play to savor and celebrate. It's engaging, poignant and funny - a testament to the value of friendship. I promise you a fresh, new production that will remind you of the wit and grace that are at the heart of this charming play.