Let’s go “Driving Miss Daisy” at the Sierra Madre Playhouse By Fran Syverson

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This is an intimate story, well-suited to the intimate ambiance of the Playhouse.

These three characters could not be more perfectly cast. Mary Lou Rosato in her first Sierra Madre Playhouse appearance conveys every emotion Miss Daisy feels….As Hoke, Willie C. Carpenter lets us see both his subservience to Miss Daisy, and his firm strength of character as a man in his own right. … Brad Reed gives just the right touch to Boolie’s frustration dealing with his stubborn, albeit much-loved mother.

This sparkling play runs less than 90 minutes and has no intermission. On opening night as the lights went down on the poignant final curtain, the audience immediately rose to … a rousing standing ovation! You’ll love revisiting these iconic people, too.

Fran Syverson  Pasadena Independent  January 24, 2013

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