The manatee player returns on April 5 to present Alfred Uhry’s legendary Pulitzer Prize-winning product Driving Miss Daisy.

Dealing with race relations, faith ties, and the passage of time in the South, Drive for Miss Daisy follows Daisy Werthan, a 72-year-old widow, and her relationship with Hock Colburn, An African-American man was hired as her personal chauffeur.

A warm, funny, and moving study of the unexpected relationship between an old, stubborn Southern white woman and a proud, soft-spoken black boy. A longstanding Off-Broadway hit and Academy Award winner.

Drive Miss Daisy, directed by Candice Artim, will run through April 23. Visit the MPAC website for schedule and ticket information .

By Pablo