The Miracle Worker: The Inspiring Story of Helen Keller
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The last date listed for The Miracle Worker was Sunday September 1, 2013 / 5:00pm.
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It's a Wonderful Life is a timeless holiday tale that most people know from the landmark film starring Jimmy Stewart. In this production, however, the drama surrounding the compassionate but frustrated George Bailey becomes a stage play, featuring the same wonder and magic that was captured on film. The story remains the same, as Clarence the angel shows George what his life would be like if he didn't exist, opening his eyes to the wonders that surround him. Don't miss this Christmas classic, which is presented in an entirely new light without losing the inspirational charm that has captivated audiences for years. Learn More
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This production was absolutely fabulous! This play was presented by the Renaissance Project Group, a small theater production group renting property at the church.
The set, the acting team were stupendous! There are two actresses that really brought a different level of energy & emotion to the stage. The leads played the part of Teacher Annie & Helen as a young child.
These two young ladies are bound for great Hollywood success!
I laughed (the actor who played the step-brother was awesome), I cried (the compassion portrayed from the parents) and was touched!
This is a must see!!
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The Miracle Worker was excellent! I felt like I was in New York seeing a top rated play on Broadway, they all did an excellent job, I would hidey recommend this to anyone that wanted to see a great interruption of the actual Helen Keller!
About the Ticket Supplier: The Renaissance Project
The Renaissance Project, Inc. is a multi-cultural community theatre company located in Atlanta, Georgia. This year marks our 12th season! Our mission is to engage diverse audiences and to explore other perspectives.