The Miracle Worker Broadway Show
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The Miracle Worker on Broadway
The first-ever Broadway revival of the brilliant 1959 Tony Award-winning drama The Miracle Worker (which is also well known from its acclaimed Hollywood film version) comes to the Circle in the Square Theatre in a production starring movie actress Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Signs, Zombieland) as Helen Keller and Alison Pill (on film in Milk and Dan in Real Life, on Broadway in The Lieutenant of Inishmore and Mauritius) as her teacher, Annie Sullivan. The production also features film star Matthew Modine (Full Metal Jacket) and TV's Jennifer Morrison (best known as Dr. Cameron on House).
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This classic play by William Gibson is based on the true story of deaf and blind girl Helen Keller (Abigail Breslin) and her determined teacher Annie Sullivan (Alison Pill), who helps Helen learn to communicate with the outside world.
Two hours and 20 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission
Simone Joy Jones
Kate Whoriskey (Direction)
David Richenthal (Producer)
Eric Falkenstein (Producer)
Randall Wreghitt (Producer)
William Gibson (Playwright)
Summary William Gibson's dramatic masterpiece tells the true story of how Annie Sullivan (Alison Pill) finally taught deaf-and-blind girl Helen Keller (Little Miss Sunshine's Abigail Breslin) how to communicate with the outside world.
Our Recommendation With vital lessons about perseverance, the importance of communication, and learning to see beyond disability, this timeless story is great for students, families, and people of all ages. Breslin, an articulate young actress, has the challenge of taking on a role in which she can only communicate through action and grunting, and she does a wonderful job. She is effectively the antagonist though, as this is really Sullivan's story, and the always-excellent Pill (reasons to be pretty, The Lieutenant of Inishmore) is perfect as the determined teacher, herself once a stubborn little girl yearning to see.