The April 15 performance of Driving Miss Daisy at the Eisemann Center in Richardson benefits the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and tolerance.
The play tells the story of a friendship between a Southern Jewish widow and a proud, soft-spoken African-American man as they observe the evolution of race relations in the South over 25 years. Sheree J. Wilson and Clarence Gilyard, known for the TV show Walker, Texas Ranger that was filmed locally, star in the show.
The performance is Sunday at 2 p.m. with a pre-show reception at 1 p.m. Tickets and sponsorships are available through the museum by calling 469-399-5202, emailing Events@DallasHolocaustMuseum.org, or online. Single tickets are $150 and sponsorships begin at $1,000.