Feb 19 2016
Mar 13 2016
The Miracle Worker

The Miracle Worker

Presented by CSU Fullerton - College of the Arts at Hallberg Theatre, Cal State Fullerton

THE MIRACLE WORKER | By William Gibson • Directed by Joseph Arnold
WINNER: 1960 TONY AWARD for Best Play!

This warm and deeply moving docudrama touches on the poignant Alabama childhood friendship between the blind, deaf and mute Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan. Dramatizing the volatile relationship between the lonely teacher and her violent patient, The Miracle Worker is one of the great classics of the American theatre. Annie's success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of one single, glorious word that sparks her emergence from her silent, desperate, secret world.

"Absorbing and moving." The New York Post

Admission Info

Single Tickets: $14 ($12 advance)

Advance sales only for students, senior citizens (age 62+), & CSUF staff, faculty, Alumni Association, OLLI, & support group members.

NOTE: Discounts offered on advance purchases-ONLY. Regular-priced tickets are sold immediately prior to a performance.

Email: pac-boxoffice@Exchange.fullerton.edu

Dates & Times

2016/02/19 - 2016/03/13

Additional time info:

The Box Office located on the southwest corner of the Clayes Performing Arts Center. Free 15-minute parking is available off Arts Drive near the Box Office. Parking on weekends is free starting at 5 pm, Fridays. At all other times, daily permits are required and can be purchased for $8 upon entering the parking structure/lots.

Location Info

Hallberg Theatre, Cal State Fullerton

800 N. St. College Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92831

Accessibility Info

PATRONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Cal State Fullerton is committed to providing equal access to all patrons, regardless of disability. If you require special accommodations, please contact us at least two weeks in advance of your projected visit to allow us to ensure your full enjoyment of our performances. A "Courtesy Shuttle" leaving from the Box Office is available for most ticketed performances in the Little Theatre and Recital Hall. ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICES Infared assistive listening devices are now available for Meng Concert Hall and the Young and Hallberg Theatres. Headsets may be used with or without a hearing aid and are distributed free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis.