Driving in Hoboken, or anywhere in the New York Metro Area, can be a challenge. Mile Square Theatre’s production of Driving Miss Daisy, however, promises to be a heck of ride.
Hudson County’s leading professional theatre kicks off its 2018 season with Alfred Uhry’s powerful masterpiece Driving Miss Daisy, a timeless story about the relationship between an elderly Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in the American South, where the power of friendship transcends class and race.
The cast includes Barbara Broughton (Broadway’s Sunday in the Park with George), Count Stovall (Broadway’s A Streetcar Named Desire), and Matthew Lawler (MST’s Betrayal and ABC’s The Family).
The Season Opener Party starts with a reception at 7pm, catered by Amanda’s Restaurant, with signature cocktails, wine and beer while you mingle with the stars of the night’s show. Showtime 8pm.
Season Opener Party:
7pm food/drink • 8pm Curtain
January 31-February 25
Wednesday thru Saturday @ 8pm
Sunday @ 3pm
Tickets: $30-$40 • Students/Seniors: $18
Low cost previews (1/31 and 2/1): $15