Canton High is proud to present its annual spring play. This year they will be performing The Miracle Worker on Friday March 13th and Saturday March 14th at 7:00 pm at Canton High's Morse Auditorium.
In the fall, Canton High Drama presents its musical. This year they performed Footloose. In the spring, it is often time for a more serious production.
The Miracle Worker is the well-known story of teacher Annie Sullivan who is able to break through and communicate with Helen Keller. Helen Keller, as most people know, was born deaf and blind. As a result, she was mute as well and unable to communicate with her family. She was an unruly and spoiled child until Annie Sullivan was able to get her to understand the word water. Being able to communicate changed everything for her.
I remember reading this book when I was young and was amazed by Annie's perserverance in getting through to Helen. I look forward to seeing this show performed by the talented students at Canton High.
Performances will be Friday March 13 and Saturday March 14 at 7:00 pm at the Canton High School auditorium. Tickets are available at the door. Admission is $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for students and seniors.
Kudos to the Canton Public Schools for continuing to support the performing arts. The Miracle Workeris performed under the direction of Canton High School Drama Director, Stephanie Shapiro.