The Miracle Worker - The Inspiring Story of Helen Keller
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The last date listed for The Miracle Worker was Sunday October 28, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Few dramas are as heartwarming -- or heartbreaking -- as the original tale of star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare's tragedy set the bar for all romances, and even after four hundred years, few works in any medium match its intensity and beauty. Romeo and Juliet's set in Verona, where two families, the Montagues and the Capulets, have been feuding for years. When Romeo and his friends crash a Capulet party, the young Montague spies the beautiful Juliet, and a passionate love affair begins that will bring these two families together in the most tragic of circumstances. Learn More
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The Miracle Worker, by William Gibson is presented by Sacramento Theatre Company in honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Helen Keller was rendered blind and deaf by a childhood illness. By the age of six, she had grown into a wild and uncontrollable child. Annie Sullivan convinced her parents that she needed two weeks alone with Helen to progress her education. Sullivan taught Keller discipline and language through the use of her fingers, a breakthrough that has a direct effect on everyone's life and the way they live it. Keller went on to become a prolific writer and social activist.