The Miracle Worker

Studio Premiere
The Miracle Worker

ByWilliam Gibson
Directed by Ryan Massie

The dramatic story of Helen Keller's heroic struggle out of silence and darkness.A severe fever at a young age left Helen Keller deaf, blind and unable to speak.  Fiercely strong, but scared out of her wits, she clawed and struggled against all who tried to help her.  Annie Sullivan, half-blind herself, but blessed with fanatical dedication, began a titanic struggle to release the young girl from the terrifying prison of eternal darkness and silence.

Matinee for the Deaf Community

ACU Theatre Department is proud to announce that there will be a special matinee performance of The Miracle Worker for the Deaf Community on Saturday Feb. 24th at 2pm with sign interpreters.  Shortly after the performance members of the cast and crew will host a talkback that will be mediated by the interpreters.  Area High School students and other groups are welcome.  Please call and reserve your tickets ahead of time.  Tickets are $5 dollars for anyone associated with the Deaf Community.  For all others we are offering the same rate for groups of ten or more.  Call and reserve your tickets today! 674-ARTS

February 22-24, March 1-3, 2007
Fulks Theatre
Ticket Prices $12 evening, Matinee $5 (Deaf Community & groups of ten or more)
For tickets, call 325-674-ARTS (2787)

ACU Theatre students partnered with an Austin nonprofit, 2dance2dream, to offer a performing arts camp for Abilene's special needs community.
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