The recent stage production of Driving Miss Daisy with Sandy Duncan in the lead role was a delight. Clever staging and three outstanding actors kept the action moving at a steady pace. Though obviously they could not show every scene from the movie, the selected ones clearly fit the time of racial prejudice in a small southern town. It was just another example of the excellent work produced by this longtime popular theater group.
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