Taking control of the wheel

. May 17, 2012.

How I Learned to Drive is a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Paula Vogel that has fascinated audiences the world over with it’s sometimes comedic handling of mature subject matter and heartfelt ending. The story follows Lil’Bit as she grows from a young girl into a women and her close yet disturbing relationship with her Uncle Peck. As she learns to handle his advances she also learns to appreciate the fact Uncle Peck teaches her how to drive, because when she’s driving is the only time she feels in control. How I Learned to Drive plays Friday & Saturday, 8pm; Sunday 2pm, with a special performance on Thursday, November 16 at the Ark to benefit UM’s Sexual Assault Prevention Center. Ann Arbor Civic Studio, 322 W. Ann St. 734-971-2228. www.a2ct.org

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