Young people — as well as adults — often have trouble caring for others and reaching out to them in Christian love, especially when great sacrifice of time and comfort are required.
Teach your child the classic, unforgettable story of deaf, blind, and mute Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, in William Gibson‘s powerful play, The Miracle Worker. Discover the drama of 12-year-old Helen caught in a prison of silence with no way to express herself or comprehend those around her.
With The Miracle Worker, your child will have an opportunity to act a part while learning the dramatic, true story of Helen Keller from Tuscumbia, Alabama, in the 1880s.
Caught in a silent world of darkness with no way to express herself, Helen flew into primal rages against anyone who tried to help. But then came Annie Sullivan—the miracle worker! Half-blind herself, Annie led the frightening and incredibly moving struggle to tame this wild girl that no one else could reach!
Whether your child assumes the character of Annie, Helen, Viney or Kate, he or she will find the dialogue and story line moving in this three-act play for 7th through twelfth graders.
Your child will study the different aspects of plays and learn to read part out loud and improve public speaking skills.
With such a captivating story that demonstrates enduring character qualities of faithfulness, perseverance, and trust in God, your child will be inspired to care for and reach out to others.
Work a miracle with your own child with The Miracle Worker by William Gibson. Order from Curriculum Express today!