How I Learned to Drive has had a long and successful history ever since it opened off-Broadway at New York’s Vineyard Theatre in 1997.

The play, which is about incest and sexual assault, is at once a cri de coeur, a comedy of manners and a bit of a therapy session.

Its original cast starred Mary-Louise Parker, David Morse and Johanna Day and was directed by Mark Brokaw. Now, in a very unusual, if not unprecedented move, the show has debuted on Broadway with those four principals returning in their original roles.