Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive
How I Learned to Drive is a Pulitzer Prize winning drama set in rural Maryland, "before the malls took over". The play recounts the relationship between a young girl, from a tightly knit lower-middle-class family, and her uncle-by-marriage. It is often described as one of the most disturbing love stories in theatre, and although the play’s subject matter is serious, Vogel includes several comedic devices in the play.
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