Clem Mirto, dir.
Casting William Gibson's classic, "The Miracle Worker." Project Description: "Helen Keller miraculously awakens from a world of perpetual silence and darkness into a world of knowing, through the tenacity of a young, strong-willed teacher named Annie Sullivan."
Rehearsal and Production Dates & Locations
Performances run Feb. 28-March, 2014 in Phoenixville, PA.
Compensation & Union Contract Details
Seeking Talent Select a role below for more information and submission instructions.
Male, 35-65, Caucasian
a country physician on an emergency house call, kindly, earnest, concerned.
Female, 25-35, Caucasian
Helen's mother, devoted, helpless to provide her daughter with anything but nurturing, maternal love.
Male, 40-49, Caucasian
former military officer, an occupation that still guides much of his behavior, well-to-do, a property owner, can be stern, severe, impatient...
Female, 6-14, Caucasian
without sight or hearing, her understanding of the world around her is almost primal, but her innate intelligence is sufficient in getting w...
Female, 7-14, African American
a domestic who, because of her age, both tends to and plays with Helen.
Male, 7-14, African American
a domestic who also plays with Helen, the only member of the household who will accompany her and Annie into the isolation that helps her to...
Aunt Ev (Supporting):
Female, 40-65, Caucasian
a benign, visiting relative.
Male, 25-35, Caucasian
Keller's son, Kate's stepson, refined but indolent, employs a snide wit and skepticism that masks the pain he bears from not having his fath...
Male, 35-65, Caucasian
a Greek immigrant with accent, a specialist in the treatment of children with disabilities, wise, clear-headed, a mentor to Annie.
Annie Sullivan (Lead):
Female, 20-29, Caucasian
strong-willed, passionate and fiery about what she believes in but sensitive and caring in her desire to help, because this is her first job...
Female, 18-40, African American
one of the domestics and probably the most mature, since she bears much responsibility around the household.
7 Blind Girls (Background / Extra):
Female, 7-16, All Ethnicities
in only one scene, but an important one, only a few lines but they illustrate the affection and admiration they have for Annie and, as such,...
Seeking submissions from: Phoenixville, PA
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