Theater: The Odd Trio

MONDAY AFTER THE MIRACLE

by William Gibson

No play premiering at the Spoleto Festival U.S.A. in Charleston, S.C., has successfully made the transfer to Broadway. This one will. In Monday After the Miracle, William Gibson takes up the saga of Helen Keller and her teacher, Anne Sullivan, some 20 years after the events recorded in The Miracle Worker. In that play, Sullivan led the deaf and blind Keller in a long night's journey into light. The sequel is quite different. This is a tale of fiercely kindled passions and the bittersweet bondage of entwined destinies.

Helen (Karen Allen) is in her early 20s...

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