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ASL Interpreted Performance – Driving Miss Daisy

June 7, 2014 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

$16 – $32

Driving Miss Daisy
A Comedy of Unlikely Friendship
By Alfred Uhry
Produced in Association with Western Canada Theatre, Kamloops, BC

Daisy, a 72-year-old wealthy widow, is reluctant to accept help from anyone, especially the new chauffeur hired by her son. Over the course of 25 years, the two have plenty of time to explore each other’s quirks and perks as they share humorous adventures and develop a relationship that grows from one of necessity to one of companionship. This Pulitzer Prize winning play tells a beloved and heart-warming story about overcoming prejudices, accepting change and the power of genuine friendship.


NEW: American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreted Performance

We are proud to offer our first American Sign Language interpreted performance of Driving Miss Daisy on Saturday, June 7th, 2:30pm.
Two interpreters from the Canadian Hearing Society will be positioned on either side of the stage to interpret this performance. Please contact the Box Office for details at 613-382-7020
This new initiative is made possible through partnership with Limestone Hands in Kingston, Ontario. Click here to visit their facebook group.


June 7, 2014
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
$16 – $32