Pictured: Annie Sullivan (Madeline Roy) tries to break through Helen Keller’s (Melanie Moyer) deafness and blindness in The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, now playing at the Edison Theatre through Feb. 24./
The Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre presents William Gibson’s successful Broadway play, “The Miracle Worker,” the true story of Helen Keller, an Alabama girl struck blind and deaf after an elevated fever when she was a baby, and Annie Sullivan, a partially-blind woman, assigned the arduous task of teaching Helen how to escape her world of silence.
“The Miracle Worker” plays on Thursdays through Saturdays, February 7-24 at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 4 p.m. at the Edison Theatre, adjacent to Cerro Coso Community College. Tix: $20 Adults, $18 Seniors and students, $10 youth under age 16) available at www.Edisontheatre.org. Info/reservations: 760.934.6592. Group rates for 12 or more.
(Photo courtesy Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre)