The beloved story of an unexpected friendship between a fiercely independent Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in Civil Rights Era Atlanta. Winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize and 1990 Academy Award for Best Movie.
"...a first-rate production at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. With minimal effects, including a spare set, the underlying values in “Driving Miss Daisy” are skillfully brought to the fore by director Christian Lebano. Rosato owns her character competely." - Iris Mann, Backstage
"...take a look at this “Driving Miss Daisy...this production offers: a new window, a new slant on something which has often gotten either too cosy or too disquietingly stereotypical. Whether you agree or disagree with the play or the interpretation, the discussion to follow can be a fine exercise all on its own." - Frances Baum Nicholson, Stage Struck