Bishop’s University Drama Department

  • March 12 – 15 at 7:30 pm

  • Matinée – March 14th at 2 pm

  • Centennial Theatre

  • Tickets

    • Before March 10th – get a $2 discount (counter and phone purchases – service charges may apply) : Adults  $20 ** Seniors $18 ** Students $10

    • After March 10th (counter and phone purchases – service charges may apply) : Adults  $22 ** Seniors $20 ** Students $12

    • Available at the Centennial Theatre Box Office

      • by phone:  819-822-9692 (services charges may apply)
      • Online: Ovation Tickets ($2 rebate not applicable / services charges may apply)
      • in person: Monday to Friday 12 pm to 4 pm
      • at door of Centennial Theatre, one hour before show time

Please note that the performances of The Miracle Worker (March 12 -15) have been cancelled as per Bishop’s University’s application of government guidelines pertaining to the COVID-19 Virus. Future events presented at Centennial Theatre are also cancelled until further notice. Please consult our website and our social media platforms for details.

Tickets holders will be reimbursed. Date and details for the reimbursement procedure will be announced shortly.  

Please expect delays as several performance venues are facing similar situations. We appreciate your understanding.


The Miracle Worker by William Gibson

March 12-15, 2020 at 7:30 pm | Matinée: March 14, 2020 at 2 pm 
Centennial Theatre

Directed by George Rideout.

Among the most beloved American plays of all time, The Miracle Worker presents the true story of the young Helen Keller, blind and deaf from infancy. Undisciplined by her parents due to the pity they feel for her, and unable to communicate beyond simple hand gestures, Helen has slipped ever further into a dark, soundless, and frightening world. As a last resort the Kellers hire a teacher for Helen, Annie Sullivan. Annie arrives with a rough, no nonsense mentality and despite the grave misgivings of the Kellers, she performs a miracle: she gives Helen the gift of language.

A play for the whole family that touches the heart in a way that few plays have ever done.

Good for 8 year old kids to adults.

* Photo credit: United States Library of Congress.

Bishop's University Drama Department

Bishop's University Drama Department

First year Drama students at Bishop’s University, get involved in plays from the beginning.


The department of Drama offers a program balanced between practical theatre and academic study of dramatic literature and theatre history. Our aim is to permit undergraduates to explore the subject as a liberal arts discipline and prepare them for graduate, professional, and conservatory schools. Find out more about the Drama Department at Bishop’s University.