“Driving Miss Daisy,” the Pulitzer-Prize winning play is now at the Richardson Theatre Centre (RTC) through April 16.

The comedy-drama takes place in Atlanta during the Civil Rights Movement and focuses on the relationship between an elderly southern Jewish woman and her African American chauffeur. The play is not only touching and amusing but offers a lesson in trust and friendship.

RTC is funded in part by the Cultural Arts Commission. Visit www.artsinrichardson.com for more information and visit www.richardsontheatrecentre.net to get tickets.