“How I Learned to Drive” at Chatham Players

“How I Learned to Drive”
by Paula Vogel

Winner of the 1998 Pulizer Prize for Drama, a funny and surprizing tale about a young woman and her troubling relationship with her older uncle. The New York Times acclaimed "… the work begins with a comic blitheness and detachment the immediately disarm. The before you're even aware of it, you've fallen into a dark decidedly uncomfortable territory, and it's too late to pull back."

Performed by Chatham Players
At Chatham Playhouse
Performances ran
Friday, October 10, 2003 thru Saturday, October 25, 2003
Female Greek Chorus.... Audra Lord
Li'l Bit.... Susan Keill Has Bio
Male Greek Chorus.... Michael Beckwith Has Bio
Teenage Greek Chorus.... Katherine Simmons
Uncle Peck.... Michael Kerns Has Bio
Directed by Robert Pridham Has Bio
Produced by Chris Furlong
Production Managed by Eileen Johnston
Stage Managed by Christine Whalen
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