Staff Reports —
Thespian Troupe 657 and the Arts Magnet Program at Greeley Central High School present “The Miracle Worker” Nov. 10—12 at 7:30 p.m.
The play tells the incredible story of Annie Sullivan and her efforts to teach Helen Keller how to understand and communicate within her blind and deaf world. The play begins with the very first meeting of Annie and Helen and concludes with the climatic water pump scene, the beginning of Helen’s understanding of sign language.
Many of the gifted actresses and actors at Greeley Central will be among the cast, including senior Maddie Pell playing Annie, and junior Hannah Esparza-Escobar as Helen.
Advance-purchase tickets are $5 for students and $6 for adults, and can be reserved by calling 348-5133. Tickets at the door are $1 more.
Proceeds from this production will be used to bring exceptional theater to the community as well as help students attend the Colorado State Thespian Convention. Water and desserts will be sold at intermission to help support the GCHS Arts Magnet student scholarships awarded each year to deserving students.
Greeley Central High School is located at 1515 14th Avenue in Greeley.
For more information about this production, Thespian Troupe 657 or the Arts Magnet Program, please contact Christy O’Connell-Black at 970-348-5093 or firstname.lastname@example.org.