William Gibson - Author of "The Miracle Worker"
William Gibson created the biographical drama "The Miracle Worker," a play earned its leading actresses multiple Oscars. Although best known for "The Miracle Worker," William Gibson also penned such works as "Two for the Seesaw", a musical adaptation of "Golden Boy", and "Golda's Balcony."
Characters from "The Miracle Worker" - Hellen Keller, Anne Sullivan
One of the best biographic plays ever written, "The Miracle Worker" tells the story of Anne Sullivan, the teacher who brought language and compassion into Helen Keller’s dark, silent world. The characters present a wonderful challenge for actresses, and if the roles are performed well the audience will be granted a powerful theatrical experience.
Outdoor Performance of "The MIracle Worker"
Produced by the Helen Keller Foundation, Inc. on the grounds of Helen Keller's birthplace and childhood home, The Miracle Worker is performed each summer on Friday and Saturday evenings from early June through mid July.