THE LONG ISLAND REP IS WORKING MIRACLES
APRIL 20-MAY 6
The Long Island Repertory Co. presents the classic William Gibson play about Helen Keller’s life, struggles and successes and her relationship with Annie Sullivan. Together, they face physical barriers and family resistance. A captivating, tender and at times explosive tale and an American classic. $20/$15 students and seniors. April 20- May 6, Theater 294, 294 Route 109 (Farmingale Rd.,) East Farmingdale. 516- 531-3525.
SEE THE MIRACLE WORKER BEFORE IT GOES DARK
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