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GCSC’s Visual & Performing Arts Division presents “The Miracle Worker”

The Visual & Performing Arts Division at Gulf Coast State College is proud to present “The Miracle Worker” by William Gibson.

This inspirational Pulitzer Prize winning play tells the story of Annie Sullivan and her most famous student, Helen Keller. The cast consists of current GCSC students, alumni and community actors including: Suzanne Nelson, Memphis Messina, Doug Gilliland, Victoria Melerine, Jeff Floyd, Sarah Mathis, Shamiracle Ross, Chris Grover, Jacob Lambert, Ryland Gallagher, Elena Perkins, Orrin Scarborough, Cassidy Cobb, Jasmine Cassle, Amber Runyan, Mia Salaveria and Apollo Miracle.

The crew includes: Ryan Baker, Julianna Everhart and Madi Falls. The production is directed by Hank Rion, Assistant Professor of Theatre. The set design is by Brian Baillif, Assistant Professor of Theatre and lights by Erica Burger Baillif, Technical Coordinator.

  • All performances will be held in the Amelia Center Theatre on the Main Campus.
  • Friday and Saturday evening performances will be held March 27, 28 and April 3, 4 at 7:30 p.m.
  • Sunday matinee performances will be held March 29 and April 5 at 2:30 p.m.
  • General admission tickets are $20 and $10 for high school students, seniors and military.
  • Advance tickets may be purchased at www.gulfcoast.edu/arts.
  • GCSC and FSU PC students, faculty and staff are admitted free with a valid ID.

Memphis Messina as Helen Keller and Suzanne Nelson as Annie Sullivan. Photos by Marisa Maiden.

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