Li’l Bit comes from a family where nicknames stem from genitalia, family “jokes” about body parts are common, and secrets are kept buried. From a young age, she learns that the uncle who loves you best and supports your dreams can also be the person who rips apart your childhood and abuses your trust. HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE is a heartbreaking play, rippling with humor and honesty.
This show has adult themes, including sexual abuse.
Winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize. Co-winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Co-winner of the 1998 Lucille Lortel Award for outstanding play. “Ms. Vogel has written a lovely, harrowing guide to the crippling persistence of one woman’s memories.” —NY Times
Featuring Krista Schafer, Phil Hughes, Amelia Hefferon, V Martin, and Diana Turner. Directed by Adriane Galea. Intimacy Choreography by Vicki Morgan. Scenic Design by Eric Niece, and built by Gordon Mosley. Lighting Design by Harley Miah. Costume Design by Cheryl Zemke. Property Design by Samantha Silva. Sound Design by Frannie Shepherd-Bates. Stage managed by Kiah Manthei.
UPDATED MASK POLICY
The first two weekends (May 19 – May 28) we will require our audience and all staff and volunteers to be masked. For the final three weekends (June 2 – June 18) masks will be optional.
*as always, please do not come to the theatre if you are sick. We are happy to exchange your ticket to another date.
*mask policy subject to change