They are hitting the stage. The Adobe Theater is getting ready to present its production of ‘Driving Miss Daisy.’
The production is Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer prizing-winning drama that was inspired by the playwright’s grandma, her chauffeur, and his father. His grandma was a Jewish woman who lived in Altlanta in the 1960s and had to give up driving after an accident. Which lead her to hire a chauffeur names Coleman for 25-years.
The show will be from April 29 to May 22 with various showtimes. As a reminder, Adobe Theater is requiring all guests to provide proof of vaccination with a booster or a negative result on a Covid-19 test before being seated for the performance. Tickets range from $17-$20. For more information, visit www.adobetheater.org/home.