Driving Miss Daisy Broadway

$66.50 - $131.50

Don’t miss the opportunity to see acting legends James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave together on stage when they star in one of the most beloved and celebrated American stories of the late twentieth century, Driving Miss Daisy. Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play (later adapted into an Oscar-winning film) is a timeless, searing, funny, and ultimately hopeful meditation on race relations in America, told through the complex relationship between Daisy Werthan (Redgrave) and her driver Hoke Colburn (Jones), two of popular culture’s most enduring characters.

Schedule

Running Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes, with no intermission

John Golden Theatre

(New York, NY)
252 West 45th St. Seating Chart
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by BWW News Desk - September 26, 2011
The producers of Driving Miss Daisy have just announced on the Tony red carpet that the Broadway production will play a limited engagement in London for 12 weeks beginning in October with the Broadway cast, including James Earl Jones, Vanessa Redgrave and Boyd Gaines. BroadwayWorld will keep you updated as more details are revealed!
by BWW News Desk - June 16, 2011
The producers of Driving Miss Daisy have just announced on the Tony red carpet that the Broadway production will play a limited engagement in London for 12 weeks beginning in October with the Broadway cast, including James Earl Jones, Vanessa Redgrave and Boyd Gaines. BroadwayWorld will keep you updated as more details are revealed!
by BWW News Desk - June 12, 2011
The producers of Driving Miss Daisy have just announced on the Tony red carpet that the Broadway production will play a limited engagement in London for 12 weeks beginning in October with the Broadway cast, including James Earl Jones, Vanessa Redgrave and Boyd Gaines. BroadwayWorld will keep you updated as more details are revealed!
by BWW News Desk - February 24, 2011
Kathryn Stockett (best-selling author of The Help), and Jonathan Schorsch participated in a special post-performance talkback series next month at Driving Miss Daisy. As previously announced, the series, celebrating Black History Month, will feature talkbacks after all Wednesday evening performances throughout the month of February.
by BWW News Desk - February 22, 2011
Driving Miss Daisy's successful February talkback series concludes tomorrow night (Wednesday, 2/23), when Kathryn Stockett, bestselling author of The Help, and Columbia professor Jonathan Schorsch take the stage at the Golden Theatre (252 West 45 Street) for a post-performance discussion immediately following the evening performance.
by Walter McBride - February 17, 2011
Driving Miss Daisy's talkback series continued last night, when former United States congressman and frequent 'Morning Joe' contributor Harold Ford Jr. and NYU professor Jennifer Morgan took the stage at the Golden Theatre (252 West 45 Street) for a post-performance discussion immediately following the evening performance. Driving Miss Daisy producer Jed Bernstein moderated the conversation.
by BWW News Desk - February 16, 2011
Producers Jed Bernstein and Adam Zotovich announced previously that an elite group of influencers, including Kathryn Stockett (best-selling author of The Help), former U.S. congressman Harold Ford, Jr, Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, and many more will participate in a special post-performance talkback series this month at Driving Miss Daisy.
by Kevin Thomas Garcia - February 11, 2011
In honor of the show's 100th Broadway performance last night, February 10, original Driving Miss Daisy star Morgan Freeman took in a production of the current Broadway show starring James Earl Jones. The pair, along with playwright Alfred Uhry, met backstage following the performance and BroadwayWorld was on hand for the photo op!
by BWW News Desk - February 9, 2011
An elite group of influencers, including Kathryn Stockett (best-selling author of The Help), former U.S. congressman Harold Ford, Jr, Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, and many more will participate in a special post-performance talkback series next month at Driving Miss Daisy. As previously announced, the series, celebrating Black History Month, will feature talkbacks after all Wednesday evening performances throughout the month of February and will kick-off with a talkback featuring CBS News Correspondent Michelle Miller and her husband, Marc Morial (President of the National Urban League and former New Orleans mayor).
by BWW News Desk - February 8, 2011
Producers Jed Bernstein and Adam Zotovich announced today that former NYC Mayor David Dinkins will participate in Driving Miss Daisy's series of Wednesday night post-performance talk-backs, celebrating Black History Month. Dinkins will join the line-up for the post-show discussion tomorrow (Wednesday, February 9), which also includes CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller, Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, and NYU Professor Martha Hodes. Driving Miss Daisy producer Jed Bernstein will moderate the conversation, which will center around the issues of race brought up in the play. As previously announced, this series continues throughout the month, with talk-backs following all Wednesday evening performances. Upcoming guests include Harold Ford Jr. (February 16), Kathryn Stockett (February 23) and more. See below for a full schedule of participants.
by BroadwayWorld TV - February 8, 2011
Last night, Driving Miss Daisy star and original 'Darth Vader' James Earl Jones met six year-old Max Page, star of Volkswagen's Darth Vader-themed Super Bowl commercial. For 'Little Darth Vader' Max Page, fulfills a lifelong dream of appearing on a Broadway stage. Click below to meet Max and go behind the scenes of his introduction to James Earl Jones.
by BWW News Desk - February 7, 2011
The Broadway company of 'Driving Miss Daisy' has announced that they will add a ninth performance to their already scheduled eight-show week in order to perform a benefit performance on Monday, February 7 at 8 pm. All proceeds will go to The Actors Fund.
by BWW News Desk - February 2, 2011
Producers Jed Bernstein and Adam Zotovich announced today that an elite group of influencers, including Kathryn Stockett (best-selling author of The Help), former U.S. congressman Harold Ford, Jr, Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, and many more will participate in a special post-performance talkback series next month at Driving Miss Daisy.
by BWW News Desk - February 2, 2011
Driving Miss Daisy's series of post-performance talk-backs celebrating Black History Month begin Wednesday, February 2, immediately following the show's 8:00 PM performance with a discussion of the timeless nature of the show's issues and themes.
by BWW News Desk - February 1, 2011
Producers Jed Bernstein and Adam Zotovich announced today that Driving Miss Daisy's series of post-performance talk-backs celebrating Black History Month will begin Wednesday, February 2, immediately following the show's 8:00 PM performance with a discussion of the timeless nature of the show's issues and themes.
by BWW News Desk - January 27, 2011
Producers Jed Bernstein and Adam Zotovich announced today that Driving Miss Daisy's series of post-performance talk-backs celebrating Black History Month will begin Wednesday, February 2, immediately following the show's 8:00 PM performance with a discussion of the timeless nature of the show's issues and themes.
by BWW News Desk - January 24, 2011
The Broadway company of 'Driving Miss Daisy' has announced that their Special Benefit Performance for The Actors Fund will be dedicated to the memory of Lynn and Corin Redgrave. The benefit performance is scheduled for Monday, February 7 at 8 pm. All proceeds will go to The Actors Fund.
by BWW News Desk - January 21, 2011
Producers Jed Bernstein and Adam Zotovich announced today that an elite group of influencers, including Kathryn Stockett (best-selling author of The Help), former U.S. congressman Harold Ford, Jr, Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott, and many more will participate in a special post-performance talkback series next month at Driving Miss Daisy.
by BWW News Desk - January 20, 2011
The Broadway company of 'Driving Miss Daisy' has announced that they will add a ninth performance to their already scheduled eight-show week in order to perform a benefit performance on Monday, February 7 at 8 pm. All proceeds will go to The Actors Fund.
by Walter McBride - January 18, 2011
Driving Miss Daisy stars Vanessa Redgrave and Boyd Gaines, along with playwright Alfred Uhry and director David Esbjornson surprised co-star James Earl Jones onstage with an 80th birthday celebration yesterday, January 17. The celebration was followed by a post-performance talk-back for Martin Luther King Day with Uhry and Esbjornson, moderated by Driving Miss Daisy producer Jed Bernstein.