Driving Miss Daisy

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On today’s podcast, we are transported to 1948 to visit an iconic story of relations, restrictions and revelations. Ken Cohen meets Wendy Scharfman and Johnnie Hobbs Jr. who star in the Studio 3 production of “Driving Miss Daisy”. Stay Tuned!

Wendy Scharfman and Johnnie Hobbs Jr. in "Driving Miss Daisy".
Wendy Scharfman and Johnnie Hobbs Jr. in “Driving Miss Daisy”.

Driving Miss Daisy
By Alfred Uhry
January 14 – February 2
Independence Studio on 3
Take a ride down memory lane and get ready to experience the magic that made Driving Miss Daisy a Pulitzer Prize-winning hit and an Academy Award-winning film. It’s Atlanta, 1948. When the elderly Miss Daisy has an accident, her son hires Hoke, an African-American, to be her chauffeur. At first Miss Daisy will have none of it. On their journey however, the two become friends. Driving Miss Daisy is an iconic tale of pride, changing times and the transformative power of friendship that has warmed the hearts of millions.

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