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Miracle Worker Outdoor Drama

Festival Event

Outdoor performance at Ivy Green – Jackie Metcalf

ADA Accessibility Notes

SPECIAL SEATING AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST FOR PERSONS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Please give 2 weeks notice if you need special seating. Please contact us at (256) 383-4066 or

Ages Festival is Appropriate For


Playwright William Gibson's epic drama, "The Miracle Worker" is performed on the grounds of Ivy Green each year on weekends from early June through mid July. Celebrating over 30 years of outdoor performances at the birthplace of "America's First Lady of Courage," the play carries the audience into the daily disappointments and then the miraculous" breakthrough of the young Helen Keller at the guidance of her teacher Anne Sullivan, "The Miracle Worker", with authentic costumes and sets, and professional acting.The show is produced by the Helen Keller Foundation, Inc, a non-profit organization.

June 7-July 13 2019
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 pm
Gates open at 6:30 pm for a free tour of the home and grounds with ticket.

Admission- Reserve Seats-$15.00
Group Rates (20) or more (Reserved Seats)- $13.00
General Admission-$10.00

Group rates are available. Tickets may be purchased at the Helen Keller Home or by mailing a check or money order to: 300 North Commons Street West , Tuscumbia, AL 35674-1134. Please make checks payable to Helen Keller Birthplace Foundation. Please specify if you want tickets to be held at the gate or returned to your address. Also include contact information, number of tickets, and the date you plan to attend. Gate opens at 6:45 p.m. and play starts at 8:00 p.m. Prices and dates subject to revision.

If you enjoyed the Miracle Worker, you may also find the Helen Keller Festival interesting!

How to Get There

300 N Commons St West Tuscumbia, AL 35674

Take Highway 72 W, turn right on South Woodmont, then left on North Commons Street E., grounds of Ivy Green are on the right.


Reserved seats $15, General Admission $10