“How I Learned to Drive” at Attic Ensemble

“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 Attic Ensemble
At Barrow Mansion
Performances ran
Friday, November 9, 2001 thru Sunday, November 18, 2001
Peck.... Charles F. Wagner Has Bio
L'Il Bit.... Sarah Yorra
Greek Chorus.... Patrice Bunch
Greek Chorus.... Jeff Menaker
Greek Chorus.... Jayne Napier
Directed by Paul Zeller Has Bio
Directed by Paul Zeller Has Bio
Scenic Design by Mark E. Morchel Has Bio
Costume Design by Wanda Maragni Has Bio
Lighting Design by Diane Nigro
Sound Design by Judith Moss Has Bio
Stage Managed by Judith Moss Has Bio
Properties by Joanne Smith Has Bio
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