The critics give How I Learned to Drive the green light

“This is one of the most incisive, insightful works about incest, victimization, alcoholism, misogyny, victim-blaming—so many things—I have ever seen on a stage.”

“…the performances seduce you… Dominion Stage meets the challenge head-on and brings it all the way home.  This is a play worth seeing with a cast that seems born for these roles.”

https://mdtheatreguide.com/2018/05/theatre-review-how-i-learned-to-drive-by-dominion-stage-at-gunston-theatre-two/

“This raw, piercing piece won Vogel the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1998, and after experiencing it at Dominion Stage, I understand why.”

“Sharon Veselic deftly directs a powerhouse cast through some extremely difficult material… this is a show that will stay with you long after seeing it.”

“…this play demands to be seen. You won’t regret it!”

https://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2018/05/06/review-how-i-learned-to-drive-at-dominion-stage/