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Expired Driving Miss Daisy

Fri Oct 25th 7:00 pm - Fri Oct 25th 10:00 pm

Driving Miss Daisy Playbill

Winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play. A warm-hearted, humorous and affecting study of the unlikely relationship between an aging, crotchety white Southern lady, and a proud, soft-spoken black man.

Meet the Cast


Candace is honored to be reprising this inspiring play with the “dream team” of Stan, Michael and Brian. She is blessed to help deliver this still-timely message 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech.

Candace retired from teaching English at Elizabethtown College has performed at the Fulton, E-PAC, Sight and Sound, both Rainbow and Dutch Apple Dinner Theatres, TSS, the Brossman, Creative Works, and can be seen in local commercials. Her historic monologue on Mary Lincoln (with Michael Truitt as Music Director) sold out the Ware Center and is currently on tour.

Candace thanks Connie and Cavod’s dedicated volunteers for providing a platform for values-based entertainment, her husband John for his love and support, and Dori, our Costume Designer, for her indispensable efficiency during costume changes.

She dedicates her performance to her many Jewish friends, who, by the way, do give Christmas presents.


Michael, a native of Philadelphia, has taught Music Education for 30 years. He currently teaches voice and directs summer children’s theatre.

Michael would like to thank his wonderful fiancé, Susan, and his great puppy Tito.

Michael has performed at several local theatres, including Ephrata Performing Arts Center, the Fulton, and PRiMA. His favorite roles include Miles Gloriosis in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Voice of the Plant in Little Shop of Horrors, and Hoke in Driving Miss Daisy.


Brian’s Career highlights include taking notes for Tom O’Horgan at Penn New Plays festival, student dresser for the Philadelphia Opera Company, Assistant Stage Manager for a national tour from Wall St to Alcatraz Island and studying in London for a semester (under Jonathan Miller) where he had the privilege to see performances from the likes of Ian McKellan Judi Dench and even watched a movie with Princess Diana (with 500 others). None of that paid the bills, but it did result in a great autograph collection.

His claim to fame remains 20+ years of silliness with our Mr. Deen!

Thanks for the ride, Miss Daisy.

  •  October 25, 2013
     7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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  1. Start on Fruitville Pike and go northeast for 4.8 miles (approx. 9 min).
  2. Turn right onto W Millport Rd and proceed southeast for 2.4 miles (approx. 4 min).
  3. Merge onto PA-722 E and follow for a portion of the route.
  4. Continue on Quarry Rd for a stretch.
  5. Follow PA-23 E/W Main St heading east for 11.4 miles (approx. 21 min) towards New Holland.
  6. Turn into New Holland Shopping Center, and arrive at your destination, Cavod Performing Arts, 665 W Main St, New Holland, PA 17557.

Downtown Lancaster:

  1. Begin northeast on PA-462 E/E King St/Lincoln Hwy E toward N Christian St and continue for 1.9 miles.
  2. Turn left onto PA-340 E/Old Philadelphia Pike and drive for 1.7 miles.
  3. Make a left turn onto Horseshoe Rd and continue for 4.7 miles.
  4. Proceed onto Glenola Dr for 0.2 miles.
  5. Turn right onto PA-23 E/E Main St and follow for 3.8 miles; AutoZone Auto Parts will be on the right after 3.2 miles.
  6. Turn into New Holland Shopping Center, and arrive at your destination, Cavod Performing Arts, 665 W Main St, New Holland, PA 17557.


  1. Start southeast on US-322 E/W Main St toward S Church St, passing by Taco Bell on the left after 1.7 miles, for a total of 1.8 miles (approx. 9 min).
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  3. Turn right onto Farmersville Rd and drive for 0.5 miles (approx. 52 sec).
  4. Turn right to stay on Farmersville Rd/T779 and proceed for 0.3 miles.
  5. Continue onto N Shirk Rd for 3.3 miles.
  6. Turn left onto W Main St/New Holland Pike and go for 0.2 miles.
  7. Turn left into New Holland Shopping Center, and arrive at your destination, Cavod Performing Arts, 665 W Main St, New Holland, PA 17557.


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