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Monday After the Miracle: A Play in Three Acts

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The action of the play takes place in Boston, seventeen years after the events of . Helen is now an honor student at Radcliffe, and she and Annie have undertaken to write a book about their remarkable experiences. A young instructor of English from Harvard, John Macy, is engaged to help them, and Annie, yielding to an overpowering need to pursue a life of her own, soon fal ...more
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Published January 1st 1998 by Dramatists Play Service (first published 1983)
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"Monday After the Miracle," takes place about 10 yrs after "The Miracle Worker" on the campus of Cambridge. It's not as good as "The Miracle Worker," but it's a dang interesting look into the relationship between Annie and Helen as Helen matures. It's a much more stressful and draining relationship than you'd think... both women sort of tied to the other emotionally... Annie dealing with romantic love for the first time in her life and Helen's intrusion into the relationship. I need to look that ...more
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William Gibson was a Tony Award-winning American playwright and novelist. He graduated from the City College of New York in 1938.

Gibson's most famous play is The Miracle Worker (1959), the story of Helen Keller's childhood education, which won him the Tony Award for Best Pla
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