Critically Acclaimed Play The Miracle Worker Visits The Theatre Again

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Circle In The Square

1633 Broadway at 50th Street

2 hours 20 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

March 3, 2010 (Closing - April 4, 2010)

Broadway Play (Drama)

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William Gibson’s acclaimed play The Miracle Worker comes back to the theatre to enrapture audience after a long break. It was last staged in 1961. Adapted from Helen Keller’s autobiography, ‘The Story of my Life,’ Arthur Penn directed the original play to a superb conclusion which was staged for 719 times.

Now this much appreciated show comes back with new performers and renewed vigor to demonstrate the inspirational story of Helen Keller who was born blind and deaf. Directed by Kate Whoriskey, this show brings back to life the story of a handicapped girl who used her first words ‘wa-wa’ to understand the depth and vastness of sounds, words, and their meanings.

What Is The Play All About?

The Miracle Worker playing at The Circle in the Square theatre is much lauded by the audience for the breathtaking performances by Abigail Breslin as Helen Keller and Alison Pill as Annie Sullivan, the teacher who was able to teach Helen. Supported by an expert cast which includes veteran actor Mathew Modine, who has won a Golden Globe and an Emmy award, playing the father of little Helen. The mother’ role is portrayed by Jennifer Morrison who has won acclaim for her character of Dr. Allison Cameron on the hit TV series House.

This superb cast of actors brings to life all the trials and tribulation that the young Helen Keller suffers in her life. With no sound to hear and no sight to see, she grows up deaf and mute. Unable to see, speak, and hear, she becomes a spoilt and wild child who does not understand anything that goes on in the world. Her parents seek the help of a teacher, Annie Sullivan, who teaches Helen the power to understand and communicate with the world.

The Miracle Worker depicts Helen’s first break-through into the world of understanding with the introduction of the word water, helped by the feel of the cool flowing liquid, sitting near the well. Her first words ‘wa-wa’ enables Helen to discover the path to comprehend words and their meanings. Annie teaches Helen to live and communicate with the world despite her handicap.

How You Can Catch The Miracle Worker Shows

It is possible to view these amazing and touching moments with the comeback of this brilliantly directed play. Kate Whoriskey is able to portray this story with the help of an amazing set of actors.

You will be able to catch The Miracle Worker at the Circle in the Square theatre. Tickets are available online in the regular and premier categories.

Authorized online ticket brokers can provide you with the ultimate accessories to go along with the superbly made play. You can get tickets at amazingly discounted rates with added benefits. You can make use of the facilities provided by the dealers and also get the tickets home delivered.

You can watch the performances with your whole family knowing that they will love the experience and rejoice with every achievement of Annie Sullivan and her pupil.

Online ticket brokers can also provide you with the show timings and the proper schedule so that you can plan according to your needs. Tickets are available for individual as well as group bookings.

Tickets Information

The Miracle Worker tickets are selling at the box office for between $60.00 and $120.00. Premium seats and sold out show times are running between $79.00 and $290.00. You can View Our Great Selection Of The Miracle Worker Tickets Online by clicking the link.

Show Times

Sat 2pm

Tue through Sat 8pm


N,R,W to 49th St.

1 to 50th St., walk North to 51st St. and West to the theatre

C,E to 50th St., walk North to 51st St. and East to the theatre


Abigail Breslin - Helen Keller
Alison Pill - Annie Sullivan
Jennifer Morrison - Kate Keller
Elizabeth Franz - Aunt Ev
Matthew Modine - Captain Keller
Tobias Segal - James
Daniel Oreskes - Doctor / Anagnos
Michael Cummings - Percy
Simone Joy Jones - Martha
Yvette Ganier - Viney
Lance Chantiles-Wertz - Jimmie


Directed - Kate Whoriskey
Written - William Gibson
Scenic design - Derek McLane
Costume Design - Paul Tazewell
Lighting design - Kenneth Posner
Original music & sound design - Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen
Hair design - Charles LaPointe
Physical coaching & movement - Lee Sher
Dialect coach - Deborah Hecht

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