The Miracle Worker Tells the Inspiring Story of Helen Keller and Her Teacher Annie Sullivan
Westchester Playhouse (Los Angeles, CA)
Kentwood Players presents William Gibson’s Tony Award-winning play The Miracle Worker. First presented on stage in 1957, this inspiring drama tells the true story of a young teacher named Annie Sullivan and her heroic efforts to give the blind, deaf and mute 12-year-old Helen Keller the gift of language. With no way to communicate, Keller lived a life of frustration and rage until she met Sullivan. With remarkable strength, courage, dedication and love, Sullivan fed Keller the universe through her hands. Audiences are reawakened to the limitless possibilities of being alive.