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Driving Miss Daisy with the Neil Simon Festival

March 20, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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Driving Miss Daisy

This March The Neil Simon Festival is once again  teaming up with the Center for the Arts at Kayenta, to bring Driving Miss Daisy to audiences in the Ivins-St. George region. A witty, complex, and ultimately hopeful meditation on race relations in America, Driving Miss Daisy depicts the fraught relationship between Daisy Werthan (Jan Broberg), a 72-year old Jewish woman from Atlanta, and Hoke Colburn (Clarence Gilyard), her African American chauffeur. The audience gains insight into societal boundaries and prejudices, and sees them crumble in the face of warmth and shared humanity. Performances run March 20-23, at 7:30pm, with a Sunday 3/25 showing at 5:00pm. Advanced tickets may be purchased online at http://bit.ly/KayentaTix. For information on this and other shows visit: KayentaArts.com

Join Miss Daisy for a gourmet picnic dinner complete with all the Southern fixin’s, catered by Harmons’! Dinners are available March 20, March 21 & March 23. Be sure to select Dinner and show on the drop down menu and order early, as all dinners are pre-sold! No day-of orders! Daisy needs to know how many to prepare!

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Date:
March 20, 2018
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$30
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Driving Miss Daisy with the Neil Simon Festival

This March The Neil Simon Festival is once again  teaming up with the Center for the Arts at Kayenta, to bring Driving Miss Daisy to audiences in the Ivins-St. George region. A witty, complex, and ultimately hopeful meditation on race relations in America, Driving Miss Daisy depicts the fraught relationship between Daisy Werthan (Jan Broberg), a 72-year old Jewish woman from Atlanta, and Hoke Colburn (Clarence Gilyard), her African American chauffeur. The audience gains insight into societal boundaries and prejudices, and sees them crumble in the face of warmth and shared humanity. Performances run March 20-23, at 7:30pm, with a Sunday 3/25 showing at 5:00pm. Advanced tickets may be purchased online at http://bit.ly/KayentaTix. For information on this and other shows visit: KayentaArts.com

Join Miss Daisy for a gourmet picnic dinner complete with all the Southern fixin’s, catered by Harmons’! Dinners are available March 20, March 21 & March 23. Be sure to select Dinner and show on the drop down menu and order early, as all dinners are pre-sold! No day-of orders! Daisy needs to know how many to prepare!

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