"Radiant, emotion-charged, memorable, superb!" -- The Philadelphia Inquirer
About the Author
William Gibson has written plays, poetry, fiction, and an autobiographical family chronicle called A Mass for the Dead
. The Miracle Worker
, his most popular play, and Two for the Seesaw
were both produced on Broadway and made into motion pictures. In 1982 he wrote a sequel to The Miracle Worker
after the Miracle, which was based on the life of Helen Keller as a college student with Annie Sullivan as her tutor and translator. William Gibson now lives in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where he co-founded the Berkshire Theatre Festival.