“A Dark, Emotional Story of Family Trauma and Learning to Move Forward”
Cal State Fullerton College of the Arts presents How I Learned to Drive.
By Paula Vogel | Director: Jeremy Lewis
Pulitzer Prize-winning How I Learned to Drive explores the impact of an abusive sexual relationship between a teenager/woman, nicknamed Li’l Bit, and her Uncle Peck. Set in present day and also told in flashbacks, Drive is a timely memory story of a woman coming to terms with her past and present while moving toward her future.
Warning: Please be advised this production deals with adult subject matter including sexual assault, pedophilia, incest and misogyny.
Single Tickets $10 / $5 (Titan price) 1 FlexTix credit (FlexTix credits from the 2019-2020 season will be accepted) All orders subject to a $3 processing fee
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