The Miracle Worker Presented by JCAT Youth

Sun Mar 29 2020

5:00 PM

Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center

18900 NE 25th Avenue North Miami Beach, FL 33180

Ages 13+

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Immortalized onstage and screen, this classic tells the story of Annie Sullivan and her student, blind and mute Helen Keller. Young Helen Keller, blind and deaf since infancy due to a severe case of scarlet fever, is frustrated by her inability to communicate and subject to frequent violent and uncontrollable outbursts as a result. Unable to deal with her, her terrified and helpless parents contact the Perkins School for the Blind. In response they send Anne Sullivan, a former student, to the Keller home to tutor her. What ensues is a battle of wills as Anne breaks down Helen's walls of silence and darkness through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness. In the midst of the battle, Anne ultimately teaches Helen to make a connection between her hand signs and the objects in Helen's world for which they stand.

Written by William Gibson, Directed by Michael Andron

@JCATMiami #JCATYouthTheMiracleWorker

Culture Shock Miami for ages 13-22
The Miracle Worker Presented by JCAT Youth

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    The Miracle Worker Presented by JCAT Youth

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Culture Shock Miami for ages 13-22

The Miracle Worker Presented by JCAT Youth

Sun Mar 29 2020 5:00 PM

Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center North Miami Beach FL
The Miracle Worker Presented by JCAT Youth
  • Culture Shock Miami ticket sales have ended for this event. You may contact the venue for availability of regular-priced tickets.

Ages 13+

Immortalized onstage and screen, this classic tells the story of Annie Sullivan and her student, blind and mute Helen Keller. Young Helen Keller, blind and deaf since infancy due to a severe case of scarlet fever, is frustrated by her inability to communicate and subject to frequent violent and uncontrollable outbursts as a result. Unable to deal with her, her terrified and helpless parents contact the Perkins School for the Blind. In response they send Anne Sullivan, a former student, to the Keller home to tutor her. What ensues is a battle of wills as Anne breaks down Helen's walls of silence and darkness through persistence, love, and sheer stubbornness. In the midst of the battle, Anne ultimately teaches Helen to make a connection between her hand signs and the objects in Helen's world for which they stand.

Written by William Gibson, Directed by Michael Andron

@JCATMiami #JCATYouthTheMiracleWorker
The Miracle Worker Presented by JCAT Youth

The Miracle Worker Presented by JCAT Youth

Other Arts & Theater