25 years since its off-Broadway debut Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning play How I Learned To Drive heads to Broadway this March. Featuring original stars, Mary-Louise Parker and Tony nominee David Morse (The Iceman Cometh), How I Learned To Drive is a heart-wrenching drama about the everlasting effects of sexual abuse.
Directed by original director Mark Brokaw, How I Learned To Drive follows Lil' Bit (Parker) as she comes to the terms with the impact of her ever-present uncle, on her past, present and future. As relevant as ever, How I Learned To Drive received countless awards and nominations upon its debut in the late '90s. With three Drama Desk nominations and Obie award nominations for Parker and Morse, How I Learned To Drive is a moving masterpiece set to set Broadway ablaze this season.
Mary-Louise Parker as Lil' Bit
David Morse as Uncle
Johanna Day as Female Greek Chorus
Alyssa May Gold as Teenage Greek Chorus
Chris Myers as Male Greek Chorus
Written by Paula Vogel
Directed by Mark Brokaw
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