The Miracle Worker Tickets
Based on the inspirational autobiography, The Story of My Life (1903), of iconic Helen Keller, The Miracle Worker is a William Gibson theater marvel. Helen Keller's written wonder has touched millions of hearts. This real life captivating story of a deaf and blind girl has enthralled the people through cinema screen, TV production, and a Broadway play for over five decades. The Solid and ponderous plot of The Miracle Worker demands extreme acting, production and direction talent. Kate Whoriskey's direction, William Gibson's script and the efforts of the cast and crew has made this play an exhilarating and sententious family drama.
William Gibson has done extensive research for this play. He consulted the letters of Anne Sullivan read Keller's Published work. These toils have made this 2 hours play a truly marvelous experience. Audiences choke with tears of joy and rave about the show with hoarse voices. Academy Award winner Abigail Breslin has played the part of Helen Keller. Allison Pill played Anne Sullivan, Matthew Modine and Jennifer Morrison was Mr. and Mrs. Keller. The spell of Helen Keller story, the inspirational role of Anne Sullivan in her life and these roles played perfectly by the cast are some reasons for you to plan a family Broadway trip.
The story of The Miracle Worker revolves around Helen Keller. This legendary author has written 12 books and many articles including her famous autobiography The Story of My Life. She travelled extensively and launched various campaigns about the worker's rights and female assault. She was declared one of the most admired persons of the 20th century by Gallup Survey. Several schools, hospitals and roads are named after her. However, one aspect of Keller's life has always inspired people. She was blind, dumb and deaf by infant illness; still she ruled the hearts of many with her impeccable talent. The role of Anne Sullivan, her governess, is an indispensible part of Keller's life as she made her the person she became.
The Miracle Worker's story revolves around Helen Keller's inspirational life story. As the play opens, we see Keller as an extremely violent child as being blind, dumb and deaf; she doesn't know any way to express herself. Keller is six years old and her attitude is aggressive and destructive. Her parents finally decide to hire a governess for her. They find Anne Sullivan who is also partially blind, but fully trained to teach the blind kids. Sullivan faces extremely exhausting time with spoiled Keller in the beginning and demands to be alone with Keller for two weeks. In these two weeks, Sullivan manages to calm Helen down and bashes her violent attitude.
The Miracle Worker has won multiple awards including 4 Tony Awards, 1 Theatre World Award and several nominations. The current cast of the play is perhaps the most cherished bunch of critically acclaimed actors. The plot of the story that stands out, and the actors wonderfully pay a tribute to legends that Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller are. One particular scene where Anne writes water on Helen's hand and she pronounces "wah-wah" has always received thunderous applause from the audience. This and many other emotional moments are bound to touch your hearts at this theatrical. You have got to watch the play so get your The Miracle Worker Tickets ASAP and catch this celebrated play live.