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Miss Daisy (Janice Reade Hoberg) and Hoke (James Wheatley) develop a lasting friendship in “Driving Miss Daisy,” opening at Chautauqua Playhouse on Jan. 18. Courtesy photo

Miss Daisy (Janice Reade Hoberg) and Hoke (James Wheatley) develop a lasting friendship in "Driving Miss Daisy," opening at Chautauqua Playhouse on Jan. 18. Courtesy photo

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  1. I have seen many wonderful productions at Chautauqua as well as Celebration Arts. James Wheatley does quality work as an actor and director. Add Janice Reade Hoberg as Miss Daisy to James Wheatley’s Hoke and this production is a real treat. Chris Lamb does a fine supporting Booley, so there is nothing lacking in this play. I loved the movie, “Driving Miss Daisy”, and now I love this play, as well. Each character has a journey to maintain their dignity in the face of racism and the challenges of growing older. Each demonstrates that you are never too old or too anything else to learn and to teach and to open your heart,

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