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The performance-driven Driving Miss Daisy opened this weekend at Burbank, California’s Colony Theatre at Burbank Town Center. It’s been 30 years since playwright Alfred Uhry brought this quietly elegant and understated work to New York City and slightly less since this piece in his Atlanta trilogy won literature’s Pulitzer Prize. Like a play from another racially-themed city trilogy, August Wilson’s Pittsburghbased Fences, Driving Miss Daisy is a simply structured slice of life. So, don’t expect something other than a display of naturalism.

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  • Scott Holleran

    Wishing you a great run, Ms. Mills!

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