Steven Pasquale (center) in The Robber Bridegroom.
Photo: Joan Marcus
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The play into film that so captured hearts with Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman was for me, at least, completely unmoving, due to the affectedly mannered Ms. Redgrave.
Without surprise, James Earl Jones cannot help but impress anyone present by how much he loves his character "Hoke." Certainly Jones knows the racial issues contained in the play, as he knows his own from his real past.
Boyd Gaines has won four Tony Awards, but he's still a bit modest about it. "It's not the kind of thing I think a lot about it," he said.
A minimalist meditation on race relations and unlikely friendships, playwright Alfred Uhry transformed childhood memories into a global success.
Enough cliches in that headline for you? Here are my impressions of two revivals: one Broadway and one Off.
DRIVING MISS DAISY ** out of ****
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