Driving Miss Daisy

by Alfred Uhry

Directed by David Taylor

Tuesday 15th -
Saturday 19th October, 2013

The Tower Theatre performing
Upstairs at the Gatehouse

Photography by David Sprecher

Miss Daisy : Alison Liney
Hoke : Peta Barker
Boolie : Martin South

Production Team
Director : David Taylor
Set Design : David Taylor
Costume Design : Lynda Twidale
Lighting Design : Laurence Tuerk
Sound Design : Colin Guthrie
Voice and Dialect Coach : Lily Ann Coleman

Stage Manager : Michelle Roebuck
Lighting Operator : Phillip Ley or Laurence Tuerk
ASM/Sound Operator : Rudy Hartt
Set Construction : Keith Syrett, Andy Hind, Sonny Subaru and members of the cast & crew

Alison Liney likes acting because she is always learning. She has been acting for over 50 years, 13 of them with the Tower Theatre Company. She has most recently appeared with the company as Doris in Mother Said I Never Should and as Barbara in Smells of Wee.
Peta Barker's acting credits include Brighton Beach Scumbags, Shining City, The Weir, Dealer's Choice, Woza Albert, The Tempest (Caliban), Othello (Iago) and the voice of the plant in The Little Shop of Horrors. Peta's directing credits include Blue Remembered Hills, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Brimstone and Treacle, Lysistrata and The Lieutenant of Inishmore.
Martin South has acted and directed for the Tower Theatre Company for thirty years, and has been its Artistic Director. Recently, he has directed the Fleet Street comedy Damages and appeared as the Duke of Exeter in Henry V (for Network Theatre); Daniel Peggotty in David Copperfield; the Chairman of the Music Hall Royale in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Sir William Collyer in The Deep Blue Sea and John in Speaking in Tongues.