The Sulphur Springs Community Players Inc. presents the Tony-Award-winning play The Miracle Worker at Main Street Theatre in eight performances, September 17-27. The three-act adaptation, written in 1957 by William Gibson, is based on Helen Keller’s Autobiography, “The Story of My Life”.
The cast features 20-year-old Aldyn Green as teacher Annie Sullivan, ten-year-old Penelope Deterding as Helen, plus a dozen supporting actors. Director is Brenda Payne.
Catch a weekend evening performance at 7pm, or a Sunday matinee at 2pm at 227 Main Street, downtown Sulphur Springs. Admission is $10 person. Make reservations at903-885-0107, or pay online at mainsttheatre.com
This is the 35th year anniversary of live community theatre by the Sulphur Springs Community Players.