The Miracle Worker: The Inspiring Story of Helen Keller
The life of Helen Keller is familiar to most of us, but her amazing story continues to inspire again and again. William Gibson's The Miracle Worker, first presented on stage in 1959 and brought to The Grand by Montana Repertory Theater, tells the true story of Keller's young teacher, Annie Sullivan, and her heroic efforts to give the blind, deaf and mute girl the gift of language. In some of the most emotional and turbulent scenes you will ever see on stage, Annie helps Helen overcome her rage and confusion and learn to communicate. This inspiring production is a testament to the amazing things that can be accomplished with courage, perseverance and love.
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The last date listed for The Miracle Worker was Saturday March 8, 2014 / 8:00pm.
The Opera House is located a few blocks from great shops on the Strand and a block of art galleries and antiques shops, which were all open since it was Sat. night.Larry Gatlin: Will the Real Larry Gatlin Please Sit Down info • Jan 20 2014 star this tip starred
We parked in a lot right behind the Grand Opera House for $5. Really convenient.Larry Gatlin: Will the Real Larry Gatlin Please Sit Down travel • Jan 20 2014 star this tip starred