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  • Driving Miss Daisy - Fri, Oct 20 8:00pm

    Friday, 20 October 2017 20:00 - 22:00
    Seminole Theatre
    18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
  • Driving Miss Daisy - Fri, Oct 20 8:00pm

    Friday, 20 October 2017 20:00 - 22:00
    Seminole Theatre
    18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
     

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    WHAT IF WORKS

    presents

    DRIVING MISS DAISY

    by Alfred Uhry

    “Isn’t it wonderful the way things are changing” remarks the retired German-Jewish teacher Daisy Werthan to her African-American chauffeur, Hoke Coleman in response to the whirlwind transformations taking place between the 50s and 60s. Hoke’s response is short and to the point; “Things changin’, but they ain’t change all that much.”

    Looking at the deeply divided world in which we live today Hoke’s words are chillingly resonant. Written in 1985, Daisy’s life spans from 1876 to 1973. On stage we see only her last twenty-five years. It is no accident that Uhry chose to begin the action in 1948, a time when the status quo and comfortable middleclass values became challenged by a generation that would soon reject materialism in search of peace, love and understanding. This was a time when prejudice and racial inequality were being brought to the surface and examined in the cold light of day. The past was no longer a place to hide and accountability came knocking on the door with intrepid insistence. 

    What if Works is proud to present this landmark play at the historic Seminole Theatre in Homestead featuring a stellar cast of local resident actors with Harriet Devine as Daisy Werthan, Nimmond Lockheart as her chauffeur, Hoke Coleman and Chris Coppolo as Daisy’s son, Boolie.

    These tickets are for Friday, October 20th at 8:00pm ONLY.  To select another performance, please go HERE

    Tickets and information are also available at the Seminole Theatre box office, 786-650-2073 or at 18 N Krome Ave, Homestead, FL. The box office is open Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-6:00pm.


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  • Driving Miss Daisy - Sat Oct 21 8:00pm

    Saturday, 21 October 2017 20:00 - 22:00
    Seminole Theatre
    18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
     

    DaisyWebBanner

    WHAT IF WORKS

    presents

    DRIVING MISS DAISY

    by Alfred Uhry

    “Isn’t it wonderful the way things are changing” remarks the retired German-Jewish teacher Daisy Werthan to her African-American chauffeur, Hoke Coleman in response to the whirlwind transformations taking place between the 50s and 60s. Hoke’s response is short and to the point; “Things changin’, but they ain’t change all that much.”

    Looking at the deeply divided world in which we live today Hoke’s words are chillingly resonant. Written in 1985, Daisy’s life spans from 1876 to 1973. On stage we see only her last twenty-five years. It is no accident that Uhry chose to begin the action in 1948, a time when the status quo and comfortable middleclass values became challenged by a generation that would soon reject materialism in search of peace, love and understanding. This was a time when prejudice and racial inequality were being brought to the surface and examined in the cold light of day. The past was no longer a place to hide and accountability came knocking on the door with intrepid insistence. 

    What if Works is proud to present this landmark play at the historic Seminole Theatre in Homestead featuring a stellar cast of local resident actors with Harriet Devine as Daisy Werthan, Nimmond Lockheart as her chauffeur, Hoke Coleman and Chris Coppolo as Daisy’s son, Boolie.

    These tickets are for Saturday, October 21st at 8:00pm ONLY.  To select another performance, please go HERE

    Tickets and information are also available at the Seminole Theatre box office, 786-650-2073 or at 18 N Krome Ave, Homestead, FL. The box office is open Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-6:00pm.


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  • Driving Miss Daisy - Sun Oct 22 3:00pm

    Sunday, 22 October 2017 3:00 - 5:00pm
    Seminole Theatre
    18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
     

    DaisyWebBanner

    WHAT IF WORKS

    presents

    DRIVING MISS DAISY

    by Alfred Uhry

    “Isn’t it wonderful the way things are changing” remarks the retired German-Jewish teacher Daisy Werthan to her African-American chauffeur, Hoke Coleman in response to the whirlwind transformations taking place between the 50s and 60s. Hoke’s response is short and to the point; “Things changin’, but they ain’t change all that much.”

    Looking at the deeply divided world in which we live today Hoke’s words are chillingly resonant. Written in 1985, Daisy’s life spans from 1876 to 1973. On stage we see only her last twenty-five years. It is no accident that Uhry chose to begin the action in 1948, a time when the status quo and comfortable middleclass values became challenged by a generation that would soon reject materialism in search of peace, love and understanding. This was a time when prejudice and racial inequality were being brought to the surface and examined in the cold light of day. The past was no longer a place to hide and accountability came knocking on the door with intrepid insistence. 

    What if Works is proud to present this landmark play at the historic Seminole Theatre in Homestead featuring a stellar cast of local resident actors with Harriet Devine as Daisy Werthan, Nimmond Lockheart as her chauffeur, Hoke Coleman and Chris Coppolo as Daisy’s son, Boolie.

    These tickets are for Sunday, October 22nd at 3:00pm ONLY.  To select another performance, please go HERE

    Tickets and information are also available at the Seminole Theatre box office, 786-650-2073 or at 18 N Krome Ave, Homestead, FL. The box office is open Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-6:00pm.

    Organizer: What if Works Inc.


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  • The Friends of the Historic Seminole Theatre Present - Hooray For Hollywood Gala

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    First Annual Hooray for Hollywood Gala and Fundraiser
    Palace Gardens
    3100 Campbell Drive, Homestead, FL, US

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The Theatre originally opened on November 26, 1921 as a cinema, primarily showing the then popular silent movies. The Seminole Theatre quickly became the place to go for entertainment and social gatherings in South Dade County and the upper Keys.

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18 N Krome Ave
Homestead, FL 33030, United States
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