Three Days to See 2015

Run Time:
One hour and 45 minutes, with no intermission
Opened: July 26, 2015
Closing: August 16, 2015

Three Days to See - 2015 - Off-Broadway History , Info & More

Theatre 79
79 East 4th Street New York City, NY

What remains when the senses fail? Who do you become? Prepare to question everything you know about your experience of the world as a brilliant and just-a-tad-unhinged company of actors shatter the stereotypes of one of the greatest thinkers of the 20th Century. The world premiere of Three Days To See creates a vivid, deeply moving, and strangely hilarious portrait of Helen Keller revealing a startling hidden story of luminous intelligence and extraordinary accomplishment. These electric performers will joyfully demolish and reconstruct everything you thought you knew about this utterly unique American icon and introduce you to Keller's revelatory and singular take on culture, feminism, romance and politics. Your perception of this trailblazer will never be the same.

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BWW Reviews: THREE DAYS TO SEE Stages the Writings of Helen Keller
by Michael Dale - July 28, 2015

Transport Group's new theatre piece has a seven member ensemble portraying the famous deafblind woman.

BWW Interview: Chatting with the Seven Helen Kellers of THREE DAYS TO SEE
by Naomi Serviss - July 28, 2015

Barbara Walsh and six other actors bring Helen Keller to life in an inventive production that uses her own words.

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2015   Off-Broadway Transport Group Off-Broadway Production