A thoroughly enjoyable show that utilises minimal staging but clever use of projections to take us between the various locales and moments of time. For those who see Driving Miss Daisy as an opportunity to see two icons of TV, theatre and film strutting their stuff, you will not be disappointed.
Category Archive: Performing Art
Rafael Bonachela’s artistic direction takes us through isolation as a curse and a strength, the joys and lows of interacting with another and the buzz and desolation that can come from crowd involvements. But throughout the beauty of the human form is the supreme connection he makes with the audience. 4.5K