FEBRUARY 17, 18, & 19, 2011
What could be more Southern than a play about a beauty shop, country music, and being jilted (again) by an ex-husband? This rollicking comedy with a happy ending will keep audiences laughing from start to finish.
Driving Miss Daisy
APRIL 28-30 AND MAY 6-7, 2011
Written by Alfred Uhry, this Pulitzer-winning, very popular Southern comedy tells the story of Daisy, an older Jewish Atlantan, Hoke, her African American chauffeur, and their 25 year evolving relationship.
The Exact Center of the Universe
AUGUST 4, 5, & 6, 2011
This play is described by The New Yorker as "an amiable comedy about a classic Southern dragon-lady mother, sharply written and flawlessly elegant that poignantly evokes the passing years." It tells the story of a Southern matriarch and her son (the apple of her eye) who follows his heart and not her “guidance.”
DECEMBER 1-3, 2011
This heart-warming play carries audiences through three generations of Christmas letter-writers as they tell the story of their Southern families, traditions, and experiences. Interspersed with original music by Alabama songwriter Karren Pell, the production will leave the audience filled with the holiday spirit.
All productions are presented in the historic Red Door Theatre. Each performance is accompanied by a seated dinner at a charming nearby venue. Overnight accommodations are available at local country lodges. Play/$15; Dinner/$15; Overnight with Breakfast for 2/$125-150.
(includes ticket for each production and the accompanying dinner)
are available for $120.
For additional information, please click on our RDT 2011 Season Brochure (please be patient while it loads--it is a large file).
Mark Moore & Steve McCary in
CATFISH MOON (2010)
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