How I Learned to Drive
- by Paula Vogel
- directed by Brandy Austin
In this Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Paula Vogel takes us on a journey down the bumpy roads of rural Maryland to deliver a story of survival and forgiveness. In a series of flashbacks and flash-forwards, How I Learned to Drive chronicles the troubling relationship between a young girl and her uncle. Described by The New York Times as “a lovely, harrowing guide to the crippling persistence of one woman's memories,” this play is recommended for mature audiences.
This New Directors Series production is directed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Fine Arts degree in Directing.
- February 23, 2006 - March 04, 2006
- ATHENAEUM THEATRE STUDIO THREE
- (312) 922 1999
Shannon Altland (Female Greek Chorus), Casey Campbell (Peck), Emily Brooks (Li’l Bit), Sarah Pitard (Teenage Greek Chorus) and Rawson Vint (Male Greek Chorus).
The production team includes scenic design by Courtney O'Neill, costume design by Ariel Boroff, lighting design by Bryan Back, sound design by Anne Kowalczyk, and stage management by Kelsey Lamm.