Six-year-old Helen Keller has been blind and deaf since infancy, trapping her in a silent world of darkness. Enter Annie Sullivan, the teacher who through determination, grit, and love, is able to overcome immeasurable odds, and find the key to unlock Helen’s world. This Tony Award-winning true story explores the essence of dignity, hope, and how people can fulfill their true potential despite the most adverse of circumstances. Suggested for families and young people 

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Reserved Seating

$50 for premium seating: center section of first two rows (includes a voucher for unlimited refreshments, to be emailed to you separately, along with a Gratitude Gift).

$20 for priority seating: remainder of first two rows (includes two refreshment vouchers per ticket, to be emailed to you separately)

Standard Seating:
$15 for adults ($13 if purchased before March 31)
$10 for students ($8 if purchased before March 31)

Note: The saturday matinee will be interpreted in ASL; the Deaf and hard of hearing section is on the far left, designated as Section 1 (SEC 1).

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