Oberlin Summer Theater Festival (OSTF) will present The Miracle Worker based on Helen Keller's autobiography, the Story of My Life, which became a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama by William Gibson. It is one of three classical productions being presented in rotating repertory during this year’s theater festival, which runs though July 30.
In this adaptionof the Broadway hit by Gibson, this American classic follows Annie Sullivan, a once-blind girl from an impoverished background who, as Helen's governess and teacher, trains the unruly young girl, who is deaf, blind, mute, and completely out of control.
This stage adaptation is recommended for ages 6 and older.
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