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Ann Kendrick (Miss Daisy) and L. Peter Callender (Hoke) in DRIVING MISS DAISY.

Driving Miss Daisy

We are excited to welcome back L. Peter Callender (The Whipping Man) to Marin Theatre Company. He will perform in Diablo Actors' Ensemble's production of Driving Miss Daisy. NOW EXTENDED! ONLY TWO PERFORMANCES REMAIN! Buy tickets online now or call 415.388.5208.

  • ABOUT

    "Superb performances; emotionally resonant." – Marin IJ

    Having demolished her car, Daisy Werthan must rely on the services of a chauffeur, a proud, soft-spoken black man named Hoke (played by the inimitable L. Peter Callender, last seen at MTC in The Whipping Man). She immediately regards him with disdain, and he, in turn, is equally unimpressed with her. In a series of warm-hearted, humorous scenes spanning 25 years, the two develop an unlikely bond despite their mutual differences, growing closer to and more dependent upon one another. Don’t miss MTC’s special presentation of this timeless meditation on race relations in America that has already wowed audiences at Diablo Actors' Ensemble and African-American Shakespeare Company. Watch trailer

    "A touching, powerful, evening of theater... while you may have a tear in your eye, you will leave the theater with a warm, optimistic feeling in your heart." – Contra Costa Times

    1988 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

    Marin Theatre Company presents
    a Diablo Actors' Ensemble production

    Written by Alfred Uhry | Directed by Scott Fryer

    Starring L. Peter Callender (The Whipping Man, Seven Guitars), with Timothy Beagley and Ann Kendrick

  • DATES AND TIMES

    EXTENDED! Now running through February 9, 2014

    Sun, 2/9, 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm JUST ADDED!

    ***FINAL SHOWS! MUST CLOSE!***

  • TICKETS

    Tickets available online, by phone 415.388.5208 or in person at MTC's Box Office, 397 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley (Tuesday-Saturday, 12-5pm).

    $37 – all tickets are general admission, seating is first come, first serve.

    All performances in Marin Theatre Company’s 99-seat Lieberman Theatre – 397 Miller Avenue | Mill Valley.