The Miracle Worker

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by William Gibson

On Our Stage in Our 88th Season

PRODUCTION DATES
September 18-20, 25-27, and October 2-4, 2015
Produced in Cooperation with Samuel French, Inc.

The Show

Winner of the 1960 Tony Award for Best Play, this classic tells the story of Annie Sullivan and her student, blind and mute Helen Keller. The Miracle Worker dramatizes the volatile relationship between the lonely teacher and her charge. Trapped in a secret, silent world, unable to communicate, Helen is violent, spoiled, almost sub-human and treated by her family as such. Only Annie realizes that there is a mind and spirit waiting to be rescued from the dark, tortured silence. With scenes of intense physical and emotional dynamism, Annie’s success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word: “water”.

The Crew

Producers – Chris Boudreau and Richard Moore
Director –  Kirk Haas
Assistant Director – Julie Ballantyne Brown
Sign Language Instructor/Performer – Leah Scarpace
Music Direction – Julie Malloy
Stage Manager – Lexi Kaplan
Assistant Stage Manager – Colin Franz
Stage Crew – Dave Wood
Lighting Design – David Reynolds, II assisted by Kirk Haas
Lights – John Sczomak
Sound – Dave Kanclerz and Kirk Haas
Master Carpenter – Gordon Mosely
Set Construction and Painting – David Wood, Kirk Haas, Chris Boudreau, David Kanclerz, Andrew Brown, Jana Smith, David Reynolds II, Cole Haas, Mike Hermann, Mark Walton, Deb Kales, Alexis Mosely, Molly Boudreau, Mary Beth Kinnell, Jeff Flannery, Karen Decker, Dennis Decker, Lois Sczomak, and John Sczomak
Costumes – Inez Hernandez, Mary Calder, Kathleen Duffy, and Danielle Baker
Hair and Make-up – Lindel Salow assisted by Chuck Dempsey, Lynne Salow, Sarah Zakaria, Julie Ballantine Brown, and the cast
Properties – Diane Cliff assisted by Mary Ann Denyer, Steve Gautreau, Annette Ripper, Laura Gregory, Gina Gregory, Nicole Gregory, Kate Varitek, Dianne Kaplan, Mary Caler, Renae Hayward, Haley Hayward, Julie Ballantyne Brown, Valerie Kleinheksel, and the cast
Publicity – Sue Suchyta assisted by Ashley Sword and Tom Sparrow
Programs – Richard Moore and Nancy Valentini
Tickets – Megan Lizbinski, Kevin Rider, Julie Sparrow, Lois Sczomak, Bob Jones, Frann Stempek, and Jennifer Trahey
AfterGlow and Cast and Crew – Tim Carney
50-50 and Intermission – Frann Stempek
Ushers – Shari Mayne and the members of the Guild
Original Cover Artwork – Brian Townsend

The Cast

Annie Sullivan – Meg Kisch

Helen Keller – Madeline Baker

Kate Keller – Kristen Campbell

Captain Arthur Keller – Tom Varitek

James Keller – James Mayne

Aunt Ev – Connie Harrison

Viney – Diane Cliff

Martha – Kate Varitek

Percy – Peter Moore

Anagnos – Tom Sparrow

Blind Girls – Christina Bertucci, Jamie Paschke, Olivia Kirk, Leah Scarpace, and Alia Elhajj

Extras
Boy – Cole Haas
Crone 1 – David Wood
Crone 2 – Tim Carney
Crone 3 – Julie Ballantyne Brown
Doctor – Jeff Bartos
Man – Richard Moore
Sign Language Instructor – Leah Scarpace

Photos by and courtesy of Marni Mayne.

The Players Guild of Dearborn

THEATER:
21730 Madison
Dearborn, MI 48124
(313) 561-TKTS

MAILING ADDRESS:
Players Guild of Dearborn
P.O. Box 2617
Dearborn, MI 48123