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Sacramento Theatre Company -- Mainstage Theatre
Between 14th St. and 15th St. 1419 H Street Sacramento, CA 95814
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8 reviews
50 stars
The weather was cold.. I wore a warm jacket and a crown to go along with the theme..
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5 reviews
2 stars
parked in garage across the street $5 for 2+ hours.
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"The Miracle Worker"
11 ratings
4.7 average rating
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25 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 06 2012

An intimate venue--very relaxed. Have seen the movie, but unfamiliar with the play. It did not disappoint. Earnest, solid performances. Enjoyed the pre-show talk. My first time there, but not my last.

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22 reviews
7 stars
attended Oct 14 2012

I thoroughly enjoyed STCs production of The Miracle Worker. The costumes were excellent and the young lady that played Helen capitavated my attention the whole time. I was glad I was not the only one crying at the end.

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18 reviews
9 stars
attended Oct 13 2012

I took my daughter to this play & we both really liked it! The acting was incredible & the Main Stage Theater is beautiful. Of course the story is so inspiring & is appropriate for all ages. Would highly recommend it!

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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.